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Malaysia developer counts on Hong Kong capital flight

KSK Land says sales could rise by up to 50%

SINGAPORE -- Malaysian property developer KSK Land says it has seen a sharp increase in sales inquiries from Hong Kong residents, as months of political unrest take their toll on the city's economy.

Property developers across Southeast Asia are stepping up marketing efforts directed at wealthy Hong Kong residents as violent protests stretch into their 14th week and show no sign of ebbing.

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