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High performing Construction sector stocks, selected on the basis of low valuation

Construction sector is one of the most important parts of Malaysian economy. This sector provides direct and indirect employment to a large number of people. It is considered to be one of the most substantial economic drivers for the country.  

The newly formed government is expected to give a major thrust to infrastructure and in bringing high tech projects for the fast development of the country. Malaysia’s construction industry is expected to be among the fastest growing industry in the world during 2016 - 2020. The value of the construction industry is estimated at RM 66.34 billion (~US$ 15.01 billion) and expected to grow by around 7% CAGR.

Construction sector comprises of three major sub sectors viz: Residential, Non-Residential and Civil Engineering Construction. Construction Industry Development Board (Body which regulates construction sector) wants to make the Industrialised Building System (IBS) mandatory by 2020. This is expected to bring investment at large scale in the construction sector. Hence, companies which are directly/indirectly associated with this sector are expected to benefit from it.

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