SINGAPORE (Feb 5): Singapore will cease to accept the Malaysian Collective Travel Document (MCTD) for entry by Malaysians into Singapore, effective from Jan 1, 2021.
PUTRAJAYA (Jan 29): Resolving the border issues in the Klang Valley is among the main focuses of the Federal Territories Ministry this year, said its Minister Khalid Abdul Samad.
The Government also wanted to strengthen the trade relationship with Thailand through the development of logistic hubs in the Special Border Economic Zone (SBEZ) of the Kota Perdana in Bukit Kayu Hitam of 100 acres.
PETALING JAYA (July 31): Asia Pacific is the top source of cross-border capital outflows for 2017, said global real estate consultancy Knight Frank's "Active Capital: The 2018 Report” which was released today.
SETIA ALAM (March 10): Every country has its own set of challenges but among the main hurdles faced by investors, including Malaysians, when it comes to investing in properties overseas are financing and legal issues.
NOT only is technology important in helping real estate agents in terms of marketing, but it also plays a huge role in facilitating cross-border property transactions.