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Irda confident of achieving RM383bil investment target by 2025

JOHOR BARU: Iskandar Regional Development Authority (Irda) is confident of achieving the RM383bil investment target by 2025, despite facing challenges and unfavourable economic situation since its inception 10 years ago.

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Iskandar posts RM188bil in cumulative committed investments

PUTRAJAYA: Iskandar Malaysia, the main southern development corridor in Johor, recorded RM187.96bil in total cumulative committed investments from 2006 until November 2015, according to the Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA).


Iskandar confident of RM30bil new investments this year

NUSAJAYA: Economic growth corridor Iskandar Malaysia is confident of achieving the RM30bil target set for new investments this year based on its achievement since its launch nine years ago.


Interest in Iskandar not waning

Security issues and inconsistency in policies are concerns


Irda and Ronser sign waste management deal

PETALING JAYA: Iskandar Regional Development Authority (Irda) has inked a deal with integrated wastewater treatment solutions provider Ronser Bio-Tech Bhd for the latter to provide waste management in Iskandar Malaysia.


Irda wants the economic region to play prominent role in global halal market

DUBAI: The Iskandar Regional Development Authority (Irda) is exploring ways for Iskandar Malaysia to play a prominent role in meeting the demands of the global halal market.


Irda steps up efforts to draw more investments

JOHOR BARU: Iskandar Regional Development Authority (Irda) is quite happy with the development taking place so far in Iskandar Malaysia but it is not resting on its laurels.


Plan for 2 convention centres in Iskandar to capture Mice market

JOHOR BARU: Two new international convention centres will be built in Iskandar Malaysia within the next three years to capitalise on the meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions (Mice) market.


Duty waiver to foreign developers deemed negative

PETALING JAYA: Foreign developers in Johor should be taxed on the import of construction materials rather than be granted duty exemption, says an accountant.


Ten reasons why you should invest in Iskandar

Iskandar Malaysia, officially launched in 2006, covers an area roughly three times the size of Singapore and is expected to be an area of robust growth. Johor, which has been seeing the highest increase of per capita income during the last four years (2009-2012 = +33%) compared to the rest of Malaysia, is expected to be on par with Selangor in the range of RM38,000/40,000 in the next three years.