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Malaysian developer looks to attract Singaporeans to Johor

Published on June 2nd, 2013

Malaysia’s biggest developer is making a push to sell residential and commercial properties to Singaporeans. UEM Land Holdings plans to sell RM4bn ($1.29bn) of assets, three-quarters of which are at…

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