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RM15bil from India

An Indian conglomerate is the latest investor to pump money into the Iskandar Malaysia project in Johor.


Multinational joint ventures and pacts kick off WCIT 2008

A total of US$1.65bil in trade and investment deals were signed at the World Congress on Information Technology 2008 (WCIT 2008) and the 11th MSC International Advisory Panel (IAP) on Monday.


Safety plan for Iskandar

Iskandar Malaysia will launch a security blueprint in three months.


Mega project in Iskandar Malaysia

A multi-billion ringgit mixed-development project will be launched in Iskandar Malaysia this year.


IRDA to ensure Iskandar safe for all

Security is a key factor raised by would-be investors in the mammoth Iskandar Malaysia project in Johor. Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA) chief executive officer Datuk Ikmal Hijaz Hashim talks to NELSON BENJAMIN and ANURADHA RAGHU about the agency's role in tackling the issue.


Iskandar may house foreign workers in gated areas

A study will be done to see if there is a need for special gated colonies to house foreign workers for the Iskandar Malaysia development project.


Cops to ensure Safe Home Campaign retains zero break-in record

The police are working round the clock to ensure the Safe Home Campaign retains its zero break-in record for the fourth time in a row.


Pulai Springs aims to ride on demand from Iskandar Malaysia

Pulai Springs Resort Bhd sees the influx of local and foreign investors in Iskandar Malaysia creating a new wave in the property market in South Johor.


Driving an economy with imagination

THERE are two ways you can run an economy. You can take the tack that all you need is to make sure that there are no obstructions to the functioning of markets, leave prices to find their own levels, and be happy with the thought that all else will fall in place.


Right move, wrong target

The recent announcement on the petrol sale ban on foreign-registered cars at stations borderingneighbouring countries is good news to many but it also ruffled up quite a few feathers. The move wassupposed to address the fuel subsidy issue but it ended up sparking debate on its fairness and workability.