22 Feb '13, 3am

Rail link to narrow M'sia, S'pore price gap: By Farah Wahida: The future... property market

The future high-speed rail link between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur will benefit property developers and construction firms as it will reduce the price gap of properties in both countries in the long term. The project will also boost the construction and building materials sector, said PublicInvest Research. “While information is still light at this juncture, we believe the warmer relationship between the two governments now offers much comfort and we would probably see more progress on the project in the next 12 months.” On Tuesday, Singapore and Malaysia agreed to build the rail link. To be completed in 2020, it will reduce travel time between Singapore and KL to just 90 minutes. The project is expected to create job flows worth an estimated RM40 billion (S$16 billion) and RM50 billion (S$20 billion), benefiting the construction sector in the near term, and property devel...

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