You have searched for "irda"

Showing 41-50 of 641

Sort by: Newest | Oldest | Relevance


Housing Ministry to meet Forest City developer

SEMENYIH: The Housing and Local Government Ministry will meet with the Forest City project developer on Monday to learn more about the project, says its minister Zuraidah Kamaruddin.


State govt and Irda studying JB tram project

JOHOR BARU: Johor’s capital city will offer tram services within the next three years if the plan materialises.

Metro News

Increase in number of cooperatives expected to bring in more revenue

JOHOR targets to increase the revenue of cooperatives in the state from RM887.36mil now to RM1.33bil by the year 2021, said state Entrepreneur Development, Cooperative, Creative Economy and Information Committee chairman Sheikh Umar Ali.

Metro News

Embrace technology to boost business, SMEs told

JOHOR BARU: The way forward for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and start-ups is to go digital and embrace technology to keep up with changes in the business world, said state entrepreneur development, cooperative, creative economy and information committee chairman Sheikh Umar Ali.


700,000 houses needed in Iskandar Malaysia till 2025

JOHOR BARU: Iskandar Malaysia needs to have between 600,000 and 700,000 units of residential properties from now until 2025 to cater for a boom in population.


Financial clout in PM’s hands

Key assets to be put under PMO ensure premier has direct influence over the economy

Metro News

Special briefing for Indian entrepreneurs in Johor

JOHOR BARU: For 53-year-old I. Lourdesamy, life was good when he was able to work as a lorry driver and support his family 10 years ago.


Johor to advance dream projects to boost economy

PETALING JAYA: Johor is in for a Golden Age the next 10 years after receiving several investment plans and initiatives from the Federal government over the past few years.


Johor exco: Time to go after illegal immigrants running businesses

JOHOR BARU: The nationwide operation against illegal workers should target illegal immigrants who are running their own businesses here, says a state exco member.

Metro News

Improving their livelihood

JOHOR BARU: The state government is looking at ways to assist the urban poor, especially those within Iskandar Malaysia.