Critical success factors for the Johor-S’pore SEZ

Malaysia and Singapore can identify mutual benefits, learn from each other and clearly define responsibilities in the proper planning and implementation of the SEZ development framework.

IN a collaborative effort to deepen the bilateral ties between Malaysia and Singapore, both countries’ leaders have agreed to jointly develop the Johor-Singapore Special Economic Zone (SEZ), bordering around Bandar Iskandar, which the Singapore Prime Minister described as a “substantial and promising project”.

Both countries are expected to sign a memorandum of understanding on Jan 11, 2024.

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