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GENERAL NEWS REPORTS
(2001)

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Dream homes put on hold 02/08/2001 NST 
SIX years after purchasing bungalow lots in Taman Desa Impian, Jalan Cheras, Kajang, the 118 buyers are still without their dream homes as they have not been issued with individual titles by the developer. As a result, the buyers - three of whom have completed building bungalow units on their lots - are unable to apply for Certificates of Fitness (CF) from the Kajang Municipal Council.

Dana housing solution 03/08/2001 NST-PROP
THERE was a suggestion a while ago that we should start thinking along the lines of setting up an agency modeled after Danaharta and Danamodal for the housing industry. The primary objective of this agency (which for convenience we shall call Danarumah or Dana Housing) is not merely to assist the developers (if they are still around) but more importantly the helpless (and victimised) purchasers of abandoned housing projects throughout the country. The suggestion came from the Member of Parliament for Bagan Datoh, Datuk Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, who is currently in charge of the Syarikat Perumahan Negara (SPN).

What's in a name? 03/08/2001 NST-PROP
WHAT'S in a name? Plenty, I can tell you. Especially when applied to buildings and property developments. That's why it amazes me that while developers are willing to spend millions on a project, they often appear to give very little thought to the naming of their projects. Are we lacking in imagination when it comes to naming our roads, buildings and property projects? You would think so, judging by the names of the spate of new developments being launched in the papers every day. The best part is that often, the name of the building or project in no way reflects its character or purpose. And things haven't changed much over the past 30 years if you ask me.

Don't hike without proof 03/08/2001 NST-PROP
DEVELOPERS and property managers should not arbitrarily hike maintenance charges in stratified properties unless they can prove through a proper accounting system that an increase is necessary to cover costs. This was the general consensus of a number of property professionals and consumers interviewed by PropertyTimes.

Balance needed in development 03/08/2001 NST-PROP
PROPERTY developers must be able to strike a balance between profit and high-density development and fulfill their socio-economic obligation by ensuring that there are sufficient social amenities available within their projects. The advice was given by immediate past president of the International Real Estate Federation's Malaysian chapter Datuk Alan Tong Kok Mau at a recent Brown Bag Seminar for undergraduates pursuing various property- related courses where he presented a paper on Management of Risk in Property Development.

Banks must be ready for a haircut: Dr M 04/08/2001 The Star By Mokhtar Hanafiah
LOCAL banks which have taken the risk to lend money must be prepared to take a "haircut" if their client companies run into difficulties and cannot repay their loans, Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad said.

Upset over conditions in housing estate 06/08/2001 MM
STAGNANT water, uncollected rubbish and unlit streetlights is a common sight at Taman Al Ridhuan in Jalan Hulu Kelang, Ampang, laments SAIDY. "It is disappointing to know that although the Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ) is aware of the problems, it had taken an indifferent stand in addressing these issues," he says.

Car stripped right under their nose 06/08/2001 MM
ADMINISTRATION executive Lim Tze Luan, 29, is having sleepless nights despite living in an apartment with 24-hour security. About a week ago, her Proton Wira, parked at her alloted lot at Vista Saujana apartment at Bandar Sri Damansara, Selayang, was almost taken apart by some intruders.

Move to save disused ponds in Sungai Chua 07/08/2001 NST
THE only two remaining disused mining ponds in Kampung Sungai Chua in Kajang should be preserved as retention ponds, and put to use for recreational purposes. Serdang Member of Parliament Datuk Yap Pian Hon has called on the Selangor Government and Kajang Municipal Council to consider the importance of the ponds before approving development projects involving the two former mining ponds.

Flood relief plan for Taman Murni 07/08/2001 NST
THE Selangor Government has identified a 1.6ha piece of land in Taman Murni Cheras, for the construction of a central flood water retention pond, which is expected to solve the flooding problem in the area for good. Selangor State Exco member Datuk Mohd Shariff Jajang said Taman Cheras Murni had been plagued with the flooding problem for many years, and although the Department of Drainage and Irrigation had constructed a drain to divert flood water from the residential area, the effect had been "minimal".

Developer granted stay of execution 08/08/2001 NST
PENANG, Tues. - The High Court today allowed an application for a stay of execution by a housing developer who was ordered to pay Development Bank of Singapore Ltd RM6.34 million. Datuk Dr R.K. Nathan allowed the application by Farlim Group chairman Datuk Seri Lim Gait Tong for a stay pending his appeal to the Court of Appeal.

SPN to build 15,000 houses by year-end 08/08/2001 BT
SYARIKAT Perumahan Negara (SPN), the national housing agency, plans to complete building between 10,000 and 15,000 units of low- and medium-cost houses under the "squatters relocation" programme nationwide by the end of the year. A SPN official said the agency will start awarding contracts for the projects in September. He said the agency had already received confirmation from Pahang and Kedah state governments on their willingness to allocate land for the purpose of development.

Quit rent poser for owners 09/08/2001 NST
LAND owners in the Subang Light Industrial Area risk losing their land if their individual quit rents are not settled soon. Subang Light Industrial Park pro-tem committee chairman Foo Keah Yeap admitted recently that there were many owners who had not settled their quit rents from 1995 because they had not received official receipts for their previous payment.

Space for a song 10/08/2001 NST-PROP
CONSTRUCTION and property developer Pilecon Engineering Berhad (PEB) has already ventured into many residential and commercial developments throughout the country. Some of the successful projects it has undertaken include the Johor Baru Waterfront City, Kuantan Parade, Taman Saga, Ampang and Taman Delima, JB. Now it intends to add another feather to its cap through the Bandar Bukit Bayu township in JB which is being developed by its subsidiary, Siaran Pelangi Sdn Bhd. Located between the established townships of Masai and Plentong, the 261-acre self-contained freehold township is PEB's flagship development in Johor. Access, which is currently via the Pasir Gudang Highway will improve when this road is upgraded from four to six lanes. The proposed Southern Coastal Highway that will link the North-South Highway to Tanjung Langsat in the east of Johor is expected to run through Bandar Bukit Bayu, further enhancing its location. The development site has the advantage of being surrounded by the mature townships of Taman Rinting, Bandar Seri Alam, Permas Jaya, Taman Desa Plentong, Taman Megah Ria, Taman Kota Putri and major hypermarkets such as Carrefour, Giant and Makro.

Affordable and accessible 10/08/2001 NST-PROP
SEARCHING for a home that is well located and affordably priced is rapidly becoming more difficult in Johor Baru city as prime land is steadily diminishing. If a property is well-positioned, the price becomes prohibitive and those who do not want to deplete their finances usually have to opt for a unit in a more remote area. Taking all this into consideration, property developer Maju Delima Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of the Pilecon Engineering Group has managed to combine good location and low-pricing in its Taman Desa Kempas project. The mixed development project is surrounded by well-populated and established residential estates such as Taman Bukit Kempas, Taman Cempaka, Taman Anggerik, Taman Bukit Mewah and Taman Johor. It also has easy access to the North-South and Tebrau highways and the second link to Singapore.

Dept to review service tax on maintenance fees  11/08/2001 The Star By K. Suthakar
PENANG: The Customs and Excise Department has deferred the collection of 5% service tax on maintenance fee for high-rise buildings imposed by developers, management corporations and property managers.

No change in price of Johor low-cost houses 13/08/2001 The Star By Norman Ong
JOHOR BARU: Johor will keep the price of three-room low-cost houses at RM25,000 even though the Federal Government has proposed that they be sold at RM35,000. Mentri Besar Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman said the state would build houses priced at RM50,000 for those who could afford them.

Desa Larkin project launched 13/08/2001 BT
DESA Larkin, a mixed development housing project in Johor Baru by Kumpulan Emas Bhd's subsidiary Genting Unggul Sdn Bhd in joint venture with Kumpulan Prasarana Rakyat Johor Sdn Bhd (KPRJ), was officially launched by Johor Menteri Besar Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman yesterday. Sitting on 24.8ha of prime land, the project comprises over 4,000 development units, including 750 units of low-cost flats, 730 units of medium low-cost apartments, 1,976 units of condominium, 50 shop lots and 528 units of shop-apartments.

Delay by developers in applying for strata titles causing buyers hardship 14/08/2001 NST By C. Chow, Ampang
THERE must be thousands of owners of apartments without their strata titles although they have moved in and stayed there for years. This problem is caused by developers failing to apply for the strata titles within six months of obtaining the certificate of fitness from the local authorities as required under the Strata Titles Act.

Scrutinise S&P agreement before buying property 15/8/2001 The Star By Angela Rao
HOUSEBUYERS are advised to scrutinise the conditions out in their sales and purchase agreement before the sale is sealed. City Hall deputy director-general (operations) Ruslin Hasan said this would save them the hassle of being caught in problems in when buying properties.

Koh appeals to Ong to revive Majestic Heights housing project 16/08/2001 NST
PENANG, Wed. - Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon today appealed to Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting to help resolve the stalled Majestic Heights project in Paya Terubong. Koh said the minister could intervene as he is empowered to under Section 11(1)(e) of the Housing Developers Act to salvage the stalled project.

Koh urges minister to help revive property project 16/08/2001 BT
PENANG Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon yesterday urged Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting to use his powers to help resolve the stalled Majestic Heights project in Paya Terubong. Koh said Section 11(1)(c) of the Housing Developers Act empowers the Housing Minister, with the occurrence of the Finance Minister, to direct a company to assume control and carry on the business of the original housing developer on terms and conditions as the minister may determine.

House keys can be given only if pre-conditions are met 16/08/2001 NST By M. Hamzah Jamaludin
From next year, housing developers can only hand over house keys to buyers after they have fulfilled the pre-conditions imposed by the technical agencies including the Fire and Rescue Department and Public Works Department.

Waiting for Seremban Municipal Council to issue CFs for houses 17/08/2001 NST
I AM compelled to write this letter because I have been waiting for almost three years to move into my new house. I bought a semi-detached house from a developer called OCL Capital.

Assurance of quality 17/08/2001 NST-PROP
QUALITY is a major concern among house buyers given the fact that much of the properties being constructed are often plagued with defects and poor workmanship. To address this, Malacca-based property developer Chip Hock Realty & Development Sdn Bhd (Chip Hock) will be calling on its 27 years of experience in the field to deliver to its buyers high quality properties in its projects.

What buyers want 17/08/2001 NST-PROP
SINCE the Real Estate and Housing Developers' Association's (Rehda) National Housing Campaign and the accompanying Malaysian Property Exhibition 2001 (Mapex 2001) kicked-off, we have been drowning ourselves in property type, stock, pricing and location. As expected of such events, focus has always been on sales. Not that this is abnormal - after all the whole purpose of such an exercise is to help move stock, to release the billions of ringgit trapped in the bricks and mortar of unsold properties back into the system. But we must not lose sight of the fact that the larger picture is one of housing and not just selling houses. Because if we do, then property fairs will be here to stay.

Housing Act amendments on the cards 17/08/2001 NST
IPOH, Thurs. - From next year, housing developers can only hand over house keys to buyers after they have fulfilled the pre-conditions imposed by the technical agencies including the Fire and Rescue Department and Public Works Department. Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting said the new ruling would be implemented after several amendments are made to the Housing Developers Act 1966.

Better life for Pantai Dalam squatters 17/08/2001 MM
SQUATTERS living in Pantai Dalam will now have a chance of a better life after a long wait. About 630 families comprising 3,689 squatters in Lembah Pantai are involved in the move to the nearby Sri Sentosa flats.

Rumah teres retak 17/08/2001  HM
SHAH ALAM: Pembeli rumah teres berkembar Fasa RP4 A1, Kota Kemuning, kesal dengan sikap pemaju perumahan yang didakwa tidak mengendahkan masalah keselamatan penghuni. Penasihat Undang-undang, Persatuan Pengguna-Pengguna Subang dan Shah Alam (Cassa), Datuk Dr Jacob George, berkata walaupun beberapa pertemuan diadakan antara kedua pihak, pemaju masih menunjukkan sikap lepas tangan terhadap ciri keselamatan kerja membaiki keretakan dan kerosakan teruk di unit kediaman itu.

No way to do business 18/08/2001 MM
HOW to conduct business at a shopping complex when there are no lights, air-conditioning and proper access for both the operators and customers? This was what 70 shop owners at Winnie Plaza in Kajang have been experiencing since they received the keys from the developer in late 1998.

Taman Wangsa folk fear losing open space 18/08/2001 MM
TAMAN WANGSA CHERAS residents worry they may lose the battle for an open space in their neighbourhood if the authorities are slow in taking action. Their residents association chairman, Chang Kim Ming, said they forwarded a letter to Selangor Menteri Besar Datuk Dr Mohamad Khir Toyo yesterday.

Developers and buyers cannot hire same lawyer 18/08/2001 The Star
PETALING JAYA: Lawyers representing a housing developer cannot act for the purchasers of the project at the same time, the Bar Council said yesterday.

Blacklisted developers face two-year suspension  18/08/2001 The Star
MALACCA: Blacklisted developers and contractors will be barred from carrying out state government projects for two years.

Buyers to meet Ong over project 19/08/2001 The Star
PENANG: Purchasers of the abandoned Majestic Heights project are scheduled to meet Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting today to seek his assistance to revive the project.
Paya Terubong assemblyman Dr Loh Hock Hun said he would lead a delegation of purchasers to meet Ong in Kuala Lumpur.

Land for urban housing 19/08/2001 NSUNT
THE availability of housing land is a major factor which determines the prices of houses, apart from the cost of materials and labour. In the classic supply and demand equation, if there is more land available for houses to be built, there will be less pressure on the price of housing land to rise to unreasonably high levels. With more housing land, many more residential units can be built to meet demand and this will in turn help to keep down house prices. In this connection, the Housing and Local Government Ministry has taken an important step in overcoming the lack of urban housing land with its proposal that vacant land in strategic areas in towns and cities be acquired by Federal Government to build more low and medium-cost houses. One reason for the proposal is that it is expensive for private housing developers to buy such land. This is understandable because if the price of a piece of urban land is exorbitant, developers would have to borrow much more from the banks to buy it which will require additional interest charges and eventually the higher cost will be passed on to the public in the form of higher house prices. Thus, fewer people will be able to afford the high-cost houses and this will lead to developers being reluctant to build more houses in the city.

Residents say no to building on green lung 20/08/2001 MM
TWO weeks. That is the ultimatum given to the Kajang Municipal Council (MPKj) by the Taman Wangsa Cheras Residents Association to respond to their protest.

Terbengkalai 20 tahun 20/08/2001 MM
KAJANG: Keadaan rumah di Seksyen 2, Taman Kantan Permai, di sini, yang terbengkalai sejak 1991, menimbulkan rasa tidak puas hati di kalangan pembeli. Ini disebabkan pembeli rumah itu dikehendaki membayar faedah setiap bulan, walaupun pembinaannya tidak disempurnakan sejak 10 tahun lalu.

No end to these lift breakdowns 21/08/2001 MM
BARELY three years after moving into her Taman Bunga Negara apartment in Section 27/27A, Shah Alam, Lin is thinking of moving out. This is because of the frequent breakdowns of the two lifts at Block 26.

MPSJ to allow plans for minor home renovations 21/08/2001 The  STar
THE Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) will soon instantly approve submissions for minor home renovations.Subang Jaya assemblyman Datuk Lee Hwa Beng said a booklet containing 16 standard plans was being published and would be available at MPSJ counters for those who wanted to carry out extensions or renovations.

Hicom-Gamuda baik pulih 40 rumah teres retak 21/08/2001 BH
SHAH ALAM, Isnin - Keretakan 40 rumah teres berkembar di Fasa RP4 A1 Kota Kemuning dekat sini, berjaya dibaik pulih selepas pemajunya, Hicom Gamuda Development Sdn Bhd (Hicom-Gamuda) menggantikan cerucuk kayu dengan konkrit. Penolong Pengurus Besarnya, John Yong, berkata ia dibuat sebagai alternatif mengatasi keretakan yang dikenal pasti berpunca daripada pemendapan tanah tapak rumah akibat daripada cerucuk kayu bakau yang tidak mencapai dasarnya.

Dollah: Ensure flash floods do not occur 21/8/2001 The Star
DEVELOPERS of new housing and commercial projects must ensure neighbouring areas, including kampungs, are not subjected to flash floods whenever it rains, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said.

Perda told to use up housing allocation 21/08/2001 The Star By Sira Habibu
THE Penang Regional Development Authority (Perda) has been ordered to "use up" the RM16mil allocated this year to build affordable houses and shoplots for the people.

Eviction `shock' for families 22/08/2001 NST
ABOUT 70 families in Kampung Sungai Kayu Ara had a rude shock recently when they were slapped with eviction notices. According to a spokesman for the families, S.K. Suppiah, they had been asked to move within seven days by developer Antara Vista Sdn Bhd.

Don't take law into own hands' 22/08/2001 MM
DON'T take the law into your own hands. This is the reminder to Taman Wangsa Cheras residents who had actively opposed the development of high-rise buildings in the open space at Jalan Wangsa 2/2.

How the controversy started 22/08/2001 MM
"ANOTHER green lung has been saved." "Wangsa Cheras's only green area, the Jalan Wangsa 2/2 playground which was supposed to make way for the relocation of 18 households from Taman Mudun, is here to stay".

MP against move to develop green lung
22/08/2001 MM
"A STOP-WORK order means just that!" This is the response of Ulu Langat MP Datuk Badrul Hisham Abdul Aziz on the latest move by the developer to build on the green lung at Taman Wangsa Cheras.

40 rumah rosak dibaiki 22/08/2001 HM
KOTA KEMUNING: Pemaju perumahan Hicom Gamuda Development Sdn Bhd. memperuntukkan lebih RM4 juta untuk membaiki kerosakan 40 unit rumah rosak di sini. Penolong Pengarah Urusannya, John Yong, berkata pihaknya prihatin dengan masalah dihadapi pembeli yang bimbang keselamatan mereka terancam apabila menduduki rumah terbabit yang didapati retak.

Surrender project, errant developer told 23/08/2001 The Star
KLANG: A developer who tried to avoid building 600 units of low-cost apartments in Ampang Jaya has been blacklisted and ordered by the Selangor government to hand over the project.

Wangsa Cheras residents fight to save open field 23/08/2001 NST
RESIDENTS of Taman Wangsa Cheras, Km14 Jalan Cheras, protested the building of three blocks of medium-cost apartments at an open field at Lot 63, Wangsa Cheras last Sunday. They held placards and banners in front of the construction site to protest the swapping of the green lung with a piece of land located near a hilltop reservoir which serves the housing estate.

Residents live dangerously 23/08/2001 MM
PLEASE help us Datuk Seri Menteri Besar! This desperate plea for help comes from residents in Block B of the Riverdale Apartments in Bukit Antarabangsa, Hulu Klang as a last resort.

Charge of the low-income earners 24/08/2001 NST-PROP
THE Selangor state government may have found an effective way for squatters and other low-income earners to own a home through a joint initiative with a leading financial institution. Selangor state executive councillor who is also chairman of the standing committee for housing, local government, squatters and environment Datuk Mokhtar Ahmad Dahlan said the recent tie-up with Arab Malaysian Finance Bhd (AMFB) to offer the Tabung Perumahan Ehsan (TPE) financing scheme is the first of its kind, and paves the way for eradicating squatter living in the state.

End in sight to woes of condo residents 24/08/2001 MM
RESIDENTS of Menara Duta condominium in Segambut can now heave a sigh of relief. After months of waiting, their complaints to the relevant authorities are finally being looked into.

More housing units for squatters to be built 24/08/2001 The Star
PETALING JAYA: A total of 7,428 housing units to relocate squatters under the government's people's housing project (PPR) have been completed, said Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting.

Loss of file causes delay in CF application 25/08/2001 MM
A DELAY over the issuance of certificate of fitness (CF) is cause for concern, says Lily of Pinggiran Batu Caves. She worries over the legal state of her property which has no CF since she took up residence in her medium-cost apartment in 1996.

Squatter families in Sentul to lose their homes 26/08/2001 NSUNT
KUALA LUMPUR, Sat. - A total of 146 squatter families in Sentul Pasar here are in danger of losing their homes as the area is set to be developed by a private developer, MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu said on Thursday. "Some of them have been issued with eviction notices while others will get theirs later," he said after a dialogue with the residents concerned at the St John's Church in Sentul.

Residents' grouses to be tabled at State Exco meeting next week 27/08/2001 MM
GROUSES and complaints of Cheras Perdana residents on the proposed development of an open space at Jalan Wangsa 2/2 will be brought to the attention of the Selangor Government. Kajang Municipal Council president Mohd Yusop Mat Judin said the first meeting with representatives of the residents was held at his office last Friday where the complaints were recorded.

Dream homes in sorry state 27/08/2001 MM By Harny Abu Khair
FOR 40 house buyers, forking out more than RM20,000 of their life savings as downpayment for their dream homes was a big thing. But they felt it was worth every single sen.

Liability period extended to 24 months 27/08/2001 MM
THE developer of Kota Kamuning in Shah Alam had first detected cracks in some of its units last January. Hicom-Gamuda Development Sdn Bhd assistant general manager John Yong said construction at the affected houses was immediately stopped so that an investigation could be carried out.

Explain draft plan to all, councillors told 27/08/2001 The Star By K. Anuradha
SELAYANG Municipal Councillors have been told to meet the people in their area and explain the purpose of the draft local plan for Kuang and Rawang.

State intervention in playing field controversy 28/08/2001 NST
THE Selangor Government will study the views of Taman Wangsa Cheras residents who have strongly opposed the construction of an apartment block on a vacant site at two adjoining lots, which has been in use as a soccer field and open recreational area. Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Khir Toyo gave the assurance when opening the community hall of Jawatankuasa Kemajuan dan Keselamatan Taman Perumahan (JKKT) Batu 8, Cheras in Taman Cuepacs last Saturday.

Pelangi hopeful of reviving project in the Philippines 29/08/2001 NST
JOHOR'S prime property developer, Pelangi Bhd, is hopeful that its stalled property project in the Philippines will be revived soon given the new government's desire to provide a roof above every head. The mixed-development project has been at a standstill for the past three years, but a meeting with the Philippines Government's housing secretary, Michael Defensor, during the recent visit to Malaysia by President Gloria Arroyo brought promising news.

Easier approvals for developers 30/08/2001 NST

KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. - The Cabinet today approved guidelines to enable developers to obtain basic approvals for their housing projects within a year. Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting said the guidelines were prepared by his ministry after complaints that the present process was too tedious with many formalities.

Buyers to meet Ong over project 29/08/2001 The Star
PENANG: Purchasers of the abandoned Majestic Heights project are scheduled to meet Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting today to seek his assistance to revive the project.

Last ditch effort - "PLEASE hear us out before coming to any decision." 30/08/2001 MM
The Residents' Association of Taman Wangsa Cheras is disappointed with the Selangor Government's decision to allow the controversial development at a playground.

Slope patch-up: Decision today 30/08/2001 MM
RESIDENTS of Block B of the Riverdale Apartments in Bukit Antarabangsa, Hulu Klang, will know today when the eroded slope behind their residence will be rehabilitated. They will also know if the developer, Zed Enterprise Sdn Bhd, will be penalised for not taking immediate remedial work.

Developer gets the go-ahead 30/08/2001 MM
THE Selangor Government has decided that the controversial development at a playground in Taman Wangsa, Cheras, should continue. "The developer will be allowed to continue construction works," said Menteri Besar Datuk Dr Mohamad Khir Toyo after the Exco meeting yesterday.

Building on independence 31/08/2001 NST-PROP
ONE of the gauges of a nation's progress can be seen in quality and design of housing for its people. We may not have arrived at the pinnacle of glory on both counts, but we're certainly getting there, said a number of property professionals from various disciplines. Although there are still issues to be thrashed out in the country's real estate arena, they unanimously agreed that today, 44 years after we received independence, the industry can stand tall as it evaluates its progress.

 

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