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Posted by NatsukoMishima > 2022-08-25 10:40 | Report Abuse

Iwcity knows this the golden chance !


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Posted by aiaili > 2022-09-04 16:43 | Report Abuse

i wish i can see the summer christmas brightening....


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Posted by aiaili > 2022-09-04 16:44 | Report Abuse

this year

Posted by The St. Goreng > 2022-09-13 19:50 | Report Abuse

If ever listened to Natsuko sapu IWCity already go to Holland. Still at a year low despite so called HSR news LMAO


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Posted by curiousq > 2022-09-13 20:35 | Report Abuse

Fortunately not listen to half baked expert

Posted by bullmarket1628 > 2022-09-29 17:27 | Report Abuse

Bandar Malaysia heads for revival

PETALING JAYA: The soon-to-be-revived Bandar Malaysia project could be a shot in the arm for Malaysia, at a time when the economy is forecast to hit a soft patch.

The mega project, which was previously valued at RM140bil, is expected to, if revived, reinvigorate business activities and create new jobs, especially the high-skilled ones.

However, there are also concerns that the project would further strain the federal government’s finances, which is already stretched due to high subsidy bills inching towards RM80bil.

The recent statement by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob that the government is “fine-tuning” the Bandar Malaysia project plan has raised eyebrows, considering that it was previously announced that development projects under the 12th Malaysia Plan for 2022 will be reviewed for implementation.

In July, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Economy) Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed had said that this is done to optimise government spending in financing some of the additional subsidy-related expenditures.

Despite concerns on fiscal position, Kenanga Research believes that there is a strong case for the government to embark on counter-cyclical fiscal pump-priming to shield the economy from external slowdown.

It forecasts a higher gross development expenditure of RM90bil in Budget 2023 as compared to 2022’s allocation of RM76bil, thanks to the absence of Covid-19-related funds in the previous Budget 2022 worth RM23bil.

Posted by bullmarket1628 > 2022-09-29 17:27 | Report Abuse

In a strategy note yesterday, it said the rollout of new public projects will come handy at a time when order books of most contractors are fast depleting.

“We gathered from the ground that a new wave of awards of public infrastructure projects is more likely to hit the market after the 15th General Election (GE15) rather than before.

“We believe investors should add positions in the sector ahead of the GE15,” the research house said.

Kenanga Research suggests that alternative funding models could be adopted for future mega projects.

“Given the fiscal constraints, mega projects could be implemented via public finance initiative or deferred payment models.

“We believe the (construction) sector has seen the worst and should be poised for improved earnings in the second half, given the gradual return of foreign workers and the recent easing in commodity prices,” it added.

Malaysia University of Science and Technology economics professor Geoffrey Williams also said the construction sector will “obviously benefit” from Bandar Malaysia and other major infrastructure investments.

The financial sector that will provide funding to these projects will also benefit, according to him.

However, Williams said the question of whether there will be new investments in Bandar Malaysia or just relocation of existing investment and businesses must be addressed.

“Will there be a better environment for foreign direct investments and attracting foreign talent in Bandar Malaysia or will it be as restricted as it is now?

“The policy support must also be there, not just the project and concessions to government-linked people,” he said.

Williams pointed out that the financial implications from the Bandar Malaysia project must be set out clearly, especially on any fiscal outlay along with expected impact measurement such as new investments, new jobs or new businesses.

“In the current environment, government development expenditure is tight and priorities lie elsewhere in healthcare, for example.

“Rather like other mega projects, if there is a clear commercial case, then why is there a need for government involvement other than in regulation?

“Private investment is needed urgently, so there must be scope for private involvement,” he added.

Williams also said that creating new construction projects, at a time when there is a lack of workers, will worsen the ongoing problem where many construction projects are unfinished or abandoned.

“This will take foreign workers from other sectors which are also suffering demand shortages.

“Agency fees and middlemen will take a lot of money out of this,” he said.

Meanwhile, economist Manokaran Mottain thinks that the government should focus on dealing with rising cost of living and bringing down the fiscal deficit level, rather than initiating mega projects like Bandar Malaysia.

“Even if the government wants to initiate new construction projects, it should go for smaller projects for small-scale contractors.

“Budget 2023 should have lower expenditure than Budget 2022,” he said.

However, Manokaran pointed out that projects like Bandar Malaysia can be undertaken under current circumstances, if the projects are privately funded.

“Otherwise, the project can be resumed once there is a continued strong growth in the economy,” he said.

Located at the site of the Royal Malaysian Air Force base in Jalan Sungai Besi, Bandar Malaysia was envisaged to be a mixed-use, transit-oriented development.

With a land area of 194.5 ha, it is the single-largest piece of development land in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

The project, which was introduced in 2015, was once shelved by the government back in 2017 after it was abruptly terminated.

The Bandar Malaysia project was reinstated by the Pakatan Harapan government following a cabinet meeting in April 2019, after it was decided that the development would have a positive impact on the economy and would help attract foreign investments into the country.

Posted by bullmarket1628 > 2022-09-29 17:29 |

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Posted by theyoungman > 2022-09-29 17:54 | Report Abuse

jialat liao. why ekovest and iwcity dropped so much in the past week?
bullmarket1628: really heng ong huat ah? :(


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Posted by Shines > 2022-09-30 14:09 | Report Abuse

RTS & BM cropped up again but keep dropping only

Posted by theyoungman > 2022-10-08 14:56 | Report Abuse

gone case already,玩完了?

Posted by theyoungman > 2022-12-01 20:02 | Report Abuse


Posted by NatsukoMishima > 2022-12-05 11:43 | Report Abuse

HSR , BM 100% will restart after PM visit Spore , buy iwcity in dirt cheap 30 c , dont wait until news out then it s too late already !


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Posted by wssvin > 2022-12-05 20:04 | Report Abuse

Can anyone explain why the Director selling their stocks like hell...any more hope


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Posted by aiaili > 2022-12-06 10:55 | Report Abuse

can't wait my SUMMER CHRISTMAS coming...


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Posted by ocbc > 2022-12-06 14:58 | Report Abuse

Bandar Malaysia is the key driver for sure....


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Posted by Shines > 2022-12-07 07:06 | Report Abuse

Operators need alot of shares in hand to goreng, so someone got to throw to them so who has more shares than the bosses


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Posted by aa88 > 2022-12-19 19:15 | Report Abuse

just like ASB


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Posted by aiaili > 2022-12-25 10:33 | Report Abuse

Merry Christmas..


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Posted by Nepo > 2 months ago | Report Abuse

Who is half rotten egg expert?

Posted by theyoungman > 2 months ago | Report Abuse

Rotten egg?

Posted by Believe3222 > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

botakkk lai liao. Ong HUAT HENG AHHHH

Posted by theyoungman > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

back to few mths ago's level nia (33c). nothing to shout abt leh


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Posted by newbie9893 > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

Iwcity....will goreng up kaw kaw today

Posted by Believe3222 > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

gas habis, tak boleh goreng


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Posted by yongyong88 > 3 weeks ago | Report Abuse

who has been pushing up the price from 0.235 to 0.395c? Now back to 0,235c before next play?

Posted by theyoungman > 3 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Jialat. Yday and today morning all the way to 33.5


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Posted by MichelleNg > 3 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Huge losses QR. Overpriced....


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Posted by yongyong88 > 3 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Need to get the royal family into its BOD and maybe it will shoot up rm1 by next year


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Posted by yongyong88 > 3 weeks ago | Report Abuse

with such bad qr, price should drop back to below 0.25 unless some speculative news comes out.....

Posted by theyoungman > 3 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Yong, they always ride on RTS tie sgmy. Hihihi. Nothing is new for this botak


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Posted by Shines > 3 weeks ago | Report Abuse

I sense something is brewing

Posted by theyoungman > 3 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Scary. Wait for 24/03/2023 first. It is scary too depite its assets are still alot ... The company is making losses for many years...

Posted by theyoungman > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Shines, today 2.30pm suddenly shot up


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Posted by Shines > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Yes, but no news le

Posted by theyoungman > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Ya. I think it is related to 24/3/2023


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Posted by Shines > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

What is happening on 24/3/2023?


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Posted by Shines > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

@youngman thanks

Posted by theyoungman > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Shines, but it seems, it is related to Anthony Loke's press conference yesterday about revive HSR but private sector take part, not govt bear the cost. Terbaik. So, no answer yet who will get the project. The only good thing is the landbanks r owned by this botak's 1589. That's all.

But, 24/03 quite scary leh, that is why I quit this bb last month at 28/28.5 and give it a missed first. Wait and see will do. Not fancy about it yet until , after, this date and see how... Loss making company, scary. De-list? Quite unlikely? Cash cow if continue to be listed leh? But Granite was once happened last time (before it was renamed as Tebrau Teguh, before this current name Iwcity), perhaps, will be rescued again by sell more landbanks or JV to develop those lands, then value and revalue and realized to better and higher share price vs the rock bottom around 0.35~,0.25 mths ago? Their game...

Posted by NatsukoMishima > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

I bought this stock at 2.9 in 2017 if not mistake ! I never scare it bankrupt or delist , this botak really reserved some power for future big plan , bandar malaysia n HSR never die yet , it will restart soon ! It will hit rm 4 later !


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Posted by Shines > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Yes this news will take years to finalise now open to all, not only for Eko or IWC

Posted by theyoungman > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

WOW.RM4...Nice.Verycheap now loh, RM0.38

Posted by theyoungman > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Shines, ya, not necessary Botak gets it, open tender. The only advantage is IW has the landbanks and Johor Shu-Tan is one of the owners. That is the only beauty part of it.


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Posted by Shines > 16 hours ago | Report Abuse

So far there is no announcements regarding HSR, just our speculations now and then.

Posted by theyoungman > 13 hours ago | Report Abuse

Shines. Dangerous. Watch out only

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