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Johor biotech park faces shortage of skilled workers


State Consumerism, Human Resources and Unity Committee chairman Dr S.Ramakrishnan (middle), Malaysian Bio-XCell Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Mazlan Ami (left) and Unit Swadaya Insan Negeri Johor general manager Dr Khalid Jusoh (right) looking at the model of Biotechnology Park and Ecosystem at Iskandar Puteri on Sep 4.

State Consumerism, Human Resources and Unity Committee chairman Dr S.Ramakrishnan (middle), Malaysian Bio-XCell Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Mazlan Ami (left) and Unit Swadaya Insan Negeri Johor general manager Dr Khalid Jusoh (right) looking at the model of Biotechnology Park and Ecosystem at Iskandar Puteri on Sep 4.

ISKANDAR PUTERI: Johor’s mission to venture into biotechnology sector is not going smoothly due to the lack of skilled and knowledgeable workers.

State Consumerism, Human Resources and Unity Committee chairman Dr S. Ramakrishnan said long-term efforts were needed to address the matter.

Corporate News , Biotech , Johor

   

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