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Malaysian property retains power despite election jitters

Published on February 1st, 2013

Fears about a change of government have slowed Malaysia’s property market, but strong economic and infrastructure growth are likely to drive long-term development whatever the political outcome  Good, but could…

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Malaysian property retains power despite election jitters

Fears about a change of government have slowed Malaysia’s property market, but strong economic and infrastructure growth are likely to drive long-term development whatever the political outcome  Good, but could...

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