Promising days ahead

Back to shopping: Visitors seen strolling at a Johor Baru mall following the introduction of VTL-Land travel scheme. — THOMAS YONG/The Star

With more than 11,000 people crossing the Causeway via the VTL-Land scheme in its first week, business groups look forward to seeing Johor’s economy flourish again and hope other modes of transportation will be included soon.

THE business community in Johor is expecting the state’s economy to bounce back next year following the move by Malaysia and Singapore to allow travellers to cross the Causeway.

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