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Over the same period utilities brought in RM9.52bn (.1bn), the government sector RM7.31bn (.4bn), petrochemicals RM5.1bn (

Over the same period utilities brought in RM9.52bn ($3.1bn), the government sector RM7.31bn ($2.4bn), petrochemicals RM5.1bn ($1.6bn), ports and logistics RM3.74bn ($1.2bn), tourism RM2.03bn ($654.9m), health care RM1.6bn ($516.2m) and education RM1.55bn ($500m).More recently, the region’s investments have come in the form of new universities and health care centres, as well as plans to begin refining petrochemicals.Looking ahead, during the period 2011-15, officials project IM’s employment opportunities to more than double to an estimated 55,730 jobs.The bulk of these new jobs will be generated by the creative sector, with projects such as Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios and MSC Cyberport expected to open up 18,000 new employment opportunities.The cooperation on CIQ is also a symbolic gesture, showing the positive diplomatic relationship between Malaysia and Singapore.In 2011 the two governments resolved a dispute over the ownership of railway land in the latter.Indeed, hitting some key growth targets in 2011-12, IM has been busy consolidating its standing as one of the fastest-growing regional development projects in the country.

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Over the same period utilities brought in RM9.52bn ($3.1bn), the government sector RM7.31bn ($2.4bn), petrochemicals RM5.1bn ($1.6bn), ports and logistics RM3.74bn ($1.2bn), tourism RM2.03bn ($654.9m), health care RM1.6bn ($516.2m) and education RM1.55bn ($500m).

More recently, the region’s investments have come in the form of new universities and health care centres, as well as plans to begin refining petrochemicals.

Looking ahead, during the period 2011-15, officials project IM’s employment opportunities to more than double to an estimated 55,730 jobs.

The bulk of these new jobs will be generated by the creative sector, with projects such as Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios and MSC Cyberport expected to open up 18,000 new employment opportunities.

The cooperation on CIQ is also a symbolic gesture, showing the positive diplomatic relationship between Malaysia and Singapore.

In 2011 the two governments resolved a dispute over the ownership of railway land in the latter.

.6bn), ports and logistics RM3.74bn (

Over the same period utilities brought in RM9.52bn ($3.1bn), the government sector RM7.31bn ($2.4bn), petrochemicals RM5.1bn ($1.6bn), ports and logistics RM3.74bn ($1.2bn), tourism RM2.03bn ($654.9m), health care RM1.6bn ($516.2m) and education RM1.55bn ($500m).More recently, the region’s investments have come in the form of new universities and health care centres, as well as plans to begin refining petrochemicals.Looking ahead, during the period 2011-15, officials project IM’s employment opportunities to more than double to an estimated 55,730 jobs.The bulk of these new jobs will be generated by the creative sector, with projects such as Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios and MSC Cyberport expected to open up 18,000 new employment opportunities.The cooperation on CIQ is also a symbolic gesture, showing the positive diplomatic relationship between Malaysia and Singapore.In 2011 the two governments resolved a dispute over the ownership of railway land in the latter.Indeed, hitting some key growth targets in 2011-12, IM has been busy consolidating its standing as one of the fastest-growing regional development projects in the country.

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Over the same period utilities brought in RM9.52bn ($3.1bn), the government sector RM7.31bn ($2.4bn), petrochemicals RM5.1bn ($1.6bn), ports and logistics RM3.74bn ($1.2bn), tourism RM2.03bn ($654.9m), health care RM1.6bn ($516.2m) and education RM1.55bn ($500m).

More recently, the region’s investments have come in the form of new universities and health care centres, as well as plans to begin refining petrochemicals.

Looking ahead, during the period 2011-15, officials project IM’s employment opportunities to more than double to an estimated 55,730 jobs.

The bulk of these new jobs will be generated by the creative sector, with projects such as Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios and MSC Cyberport expected to open up 18,000 new employment opportunities.

The cooperation on CIQ is also a symbolic gesture, showing the positive diplomatic relationship between Malaysia and Singapore.

In 2011 the two governments resolved a dispute over the ownership of railway land in the latter.

.2bn), tourism RM2.03bn (4.9m), health care RM1.6bn (6.2m) and education RM1.55bn (0m).

More recently, the region’s investments have come in the form of new universities and health care centres, as well as plans to begin refining petrochemicals.

Looking ahead, during the period 2011-15, officials project IM’s employment opportunities to more than double to an estimated 55,730 jobs.

The bulk of these new jobs will be generated by the creative sector, with projects such as Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios and MSC Cyberport expected to open up 18,000 new employment opportunities.

The cooperation on CIQ is also a symbolic gesture, showing the positive diplomatic relationship between Malaysia and Singapore.

In 2011 the two governments resolved a dispute over the ownership of railway land in the latter.

The IRDA is targeting total cumulative investments of RM100bn (.3bn) by the end of 2012, CEO Ismail Ibrahim told reporters in August that year.

Home to more than 1m people and the entry point for 60% of foreign tourists to Malaysia and 85% of visitors from Singapore, Johor Bahru City stands to benefit in many ways from its proximity to the Lion City.

Connected to its neighbour by a causeway, Singaporean commuters stream over the border to take advantage of Johor-Bahru’s lower real estate prices, while Singaporean companies benefit from IM’s cheaper labour costs.

On the ground, meanwhile, IM is parcelled into five distinct focal points, or flagship zones, lettered A-E.

These are Johor Bahru City, Nusajaya, the Western Gate Development, the Eastern Gate Development and Senai-Skudai.

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