Sultan Ibrahim: I have a vision for Johor


JOHOR BARU: Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar has a vision to transform the state capital into a boutique city and financial hub.

He said he wants to personally attract investors to the state, not only from China but the Middle East to start projects in Johor.

"My strategy now will be to market and get investors to build. I also want to bring investors to the islands off Johor. I have a vision for Johor," he said in an exclusive interview with The Star.

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