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Unnecessary confusion over Bangsar South and ...
FocusM | 25 Jan 2019 00:30
WHAT’S in a name? It can mean a lot in the property sector.

Take Bangsar South in Kuala Lumpur, for example. When Fahmi Fadzil won the Lembah Pantai parliamentary seat in the May 9 general election, he pledged to make good his promise to change Bangsar South to Kampung Kerinchi. The assumption then was that Kampung Kerinchi had been renamed Bangsar South in 2012.

Fahmi later clarified that Bangsar South would not see a name change and that Kampung Kerinchi, which is adjoining it, would be declared and promoted as a heritage village.

But on Jan 19, everyone was surprised when there was a pemasyhuran or proclamation that Bangsar South would revert to its original name of Kampung Kerinchi. Two days later, Fahmi clarified the name Bangsar South still exists

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