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Government looks to cool Malaysian property market

by Mark Benson on August 5, 2013

Government looks to cool Malaysian property market

Government looks to cool Malaysian property market

While the likes of Europe and North America continue to struggle with government budgets, increasing debt and lacklustre economies, the same cannot be said of Malaysia. Demand for property in Malaysia remains very strong and while the authorities have been looking to cool the sector and reduce the availability of finance in the short to medium term, it looks as though both domestic and overseas demand will maintain the forward momentum for the property market in the short to medium term.

This is an area of the world which is looking to achieve high income and developed nation status by 2020 and this seems to be fuelling interest in the economy, political policies and the short to medium-term outlook for the country. [click to continue…]

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