CEO: RM95.5bil committed investments in Iskandar, RM41.35bil realised

Miniature models being put up at Legoland in Iskandar Malaysia. Iskandar Regional Development Authority foresees better uptake this year as key projects such as EduCity, Legoland and Puteri Harbour commenced operations.

JOHOR BARU: Interest in Iskandar Malaysia from both domestic and foreign investors still remains strong since its inception six years ago despite current uncertainties in the global economic growth.

Iskandar Regional Development Authority (Irda) chief executive officer Datuk Ismail Ibrahim said therefore, more efforts were needed to continue attracting new investments to develop Iskandar Malaysia.

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