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Malaysia real estate firm to open Kingdom branch

Malaysia real estate firm to open Kingdom branch

One of Malaysia’s largest real estate consultancy firms, Rahim & Co International Bhd, unveiled plans to set up shop in Cambodia as part of an Asian expansion strategy, according to a Malaysian media report.

The company’s executive chairman, Abdul Rahim Abdul Rahman, told the Sun Daily that Rahim & Co is looking at Cambodia, Vietnam, China and Hong Kong as its next investment destinations due to their huge populations and massive demand for properties.

The company plans to open at least two or three new branches overseas in the next five years, he added. Rahim & Co currently has a presence in London, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth.

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