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Japan’s role in water transfer project wins praise

KUALA LUMPUR: Japan’s leading role in the construction of the multibillion ringgit raw water tunnel project from Pahang to Selangor has won praise from Water, Land and Natural Resources Minister Datuk Dr Xavier Jayakumar.

‘Water project will benefit Perak, Penang’

GEORGE TOWN: Perak and Penang will both enjoy enhanced water security once the Sungai Perak Raw Water Tran­s- fer Scheme (SPRWTS) is implemented.

Pahang wants Federal compensation for use of water catchments

KUANTAN (Bernama): The Pahang government plans to seek compensation from the Federal Government for the forest and wildlife reserves in the state used as water catchments for the benefit of people outside Pahang.

Focus on reducing debts

JOHOR BARU: The state government is working with the Federal government to reduce its debts by more than 55%.

Putrajaya spent over RM10bil since 2010 on water supply services in S'gor, says Kettha

PUTRAJAYA: Over RM10bil has been spent by Putrajaya on water supply services in Selangor since 2010, mostly for the Pahang-Selangor water transfer project and a new water treatment plant.

CIMB Research downgrades Salcon from Add to Hold

KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Equities Research has downgraded Salcon from Add to Hold with a lower target price of 67 sen compared with 82 sen earlier and it expects slower job win momentum for now.

Water projects in the works

ISKANDAR PUTERI: The Federal and state governments are expected to carry out several water supply projects starting next month as a long-term plan to ensure water sufficiency in Johor.

Downpours help to fill Johor dams

JOHOR BARU: Heavy rain during the current monsoon season has brought relief as three dams in Pasir Gudang, Kota Tinggi and Mersing are now filled to the brim.

Focus on water management

ISKANDAR PUTERI: The state government has outlined 14 initiatives on water management to ensure the state will have sufficient water supply in the long term.