Construction of Sarawak coastal bridge hampered by cashflow, worker problems

Desmond Davidson

Sarawak Deputy Premier Douglas Uggah (second from left) is briefed on the progress and problems plaguing the construction of the Batang Rambungan bridge in Lundu today. – The Malaysian Insight pic, December 6, 2022.

CONSTRUCTION of a key bridge on Sarawak’s 896km coastal road is in jeopardy.

Not only has it fallen far being schedule, the Malaysian-Chinese joint venture company that was awarded the contract is said to be plagued by cashflow and labour issues.

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