Analysts expect substantial allocation for East M’sia

Analysts expect substantial allocation for East M’sia

2 months ago

In Sabah, analysts expect the federal administration to centre on the progress of the Pan Borneo Highway as it is now at 65 per cent completion stage, which way behind the 86 per cent that has been achieved in Sarawak. — Bernama photo

KUCHING: Analysts expect a substantial allocation for developments in East Malaysia, especially for road projects, analysts observed.

“We expect quite a substantial allocation for developments in East Malaysia, especially roads. Sarawak for example, has a need for about 7,530km of new roads while 3,487km need upgrading, just to ensure that the whole state is fully connected.

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