The MoU may enable EcoWorld to take advantage of and leverage on the connectivity available and creating new business opportunities under China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
On landbanking, the group is looking at niche parcels with a quick turnaround time span in matured areas; take note the group has acquired a small parcel in Mont’Kiara.
Indeed, many conventional office owners or developers in Malaysia are creating co-working spaces in their developments either by venturing into the business and creating their own brand or through joint ventures with established service providers.
For common property defects in stratified properties, the MC can refer to the Strata Management Tribunal.
In India, SunCon has reopened an office and working on tenders for three toll-road projects worth about RM1 billion each. In Myanmar, SunCon via a joint venture (JV) with local conglomerate Capital Diamond Star Group, stands a good chance of winning a building job worth RM200 million to RM300 million for the maiden phase of a mixed project in Mandalay.
The proposed acquisition of the parcels is strategically located in Tasek Gelugor, within the Seberang Perai Utara district. The town, adjacent to Taman Sepadu, is easily accessible from Butterworth, Kepala Batas and Padang Serai. Further, the parcels are near the Tasek Gelugor Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) station, with accessibility to the North-South Expressway at approximately 9km in distance.
Why does Malaysia have to take on the burden of disposing of all that foreign garbage, most of which are shipped from developed countries? Apparently, both the exporters and importers involved label their consignments as “waste for recycling”. The reality, however, is very different as the bulk of the imported waste materials is not fit for recycling.
“That matter (procedure) is all correct. What is raised now is a question of politics. People question, and politics is according to their respective interpretations.”