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KL set to sell state-owned land

The move to monetise its assets will also pump-prime a sluggish economy

Kuala Lumpur city skyline.

Kuala Lumpur

EXPECT to see a step up in the disposal of state-owned lands as Putrajaya monetises more of its assets, property consultants say. The move also indirectly pump-primes a slowing economy.

Two deals were announced this week and more are on the way; the federal government

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