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Old February 10th, 2012, 04:44 PM   #461
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KLIA 2 - THE LARGEST LOW COST CARRIER TERMINAL IN THE REGION
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The Second Penang Bridge
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Ipoh-Padang Besar (329km) - The longest electrified double tracking system in the region.


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East Coast Peninsular Malaysia Expressway Phase II (169 km)
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Human Capital Infrastructures



EduCity @ Iskandar Malaysia






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PETALING JAYA: The Economic Intelligence Unit (EIU) has earmarked Johor as a substantial contributor to Malaysia’s economic prosperity and brain drain reversal.

In its June report, the London-based Economist weekly’s research arm said that the government hoped to attract RM73 billion in new investments between 2011 and 2015 to Iskandar Malaysia.

Iskandar is the country’s first economic-growth corridor situated in Johor with a size triple that of Singapore.

The amount of new investments compares with the RM69.5 billion for the period between the corridor’s conception in November 2006 and the end of 2010.

But the report also noted that progress has been relatively slow compared with the rate of growth investment under the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP).

Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak recently announced that growth investment under the ETP reached RM106.4 billion or 41% of its target in mid-April, just six months after its launch.

“For Iskandar to prosper it would need to attract large inflows from Singapore,” the report added.

“The chief executive of the Iskandar Regional Development Authority, Ismail Ibrahim, declared that improved ties between Malaysia and Singapore have sparked an interest in Singaporean small and

medium-sized enterprises to relocate to Iskandar. These firms have since committed themselves to pumping in about RM3 billion in investments.”
The EIU observed that after losing a group constituency for the first time in the May general election, Singapore’s ruling People’s Action Party (PAP) will try to remove the causes of voter dissatisfaction.

“The PAP is likely to make improvements in housing, transport, health and education,” it said. “As a result, investment outflows are likely to be lower because projects in these areas will compete directly with similar targeted investments in Iskandar.”

The EIU report also included a special chapter by the World Bank that focused on Malaysia’s brain drain predicament.

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The bank’s survey discovered that roughly one-half of the brain drain has been to Singapore, suggesting that the net outflow of talent could be reversed relatively quickly. The government hopes that this reversal will be helped along by the EduCity in Nusajaya, Johor.

A previous article in the Economist identified EduCity as “a reflection of Malaysia’s strategy to become a centre for Western education”. Among the schools and colleges that have set up campus

there are Australia’s Monash University, Britain’s Nottingham University and The Netherlands’ Maritime Institute of Technology.

The article, entitled “A reverse brain drain”, observed that Malaysia wants to meet strong demand among Asia’s new middle classes for English-language schooling.

“The Malaysian proposition to Asian parents is simple and beguiling: Come to these famous schools and universities in our country and get the same degrees and qualification as in Britain or America for half the price,” it said.
The Malaysian government is bearing most of the start-up costs with EduCity, spending about RM302 million on infrastructure and buildings.

The World Bank has warned that the loss of highly skilled labour could jeopardise Malaysia’s long-term economic growth prospects, and its ability to attain high-income-nation status by 2020.

EduCity may convince Asian parents to educate their children on local shores. But it may not be enough to reverse the brain drain which the World Bank survey showed, is also driven by a distaste for race-based politics and the desire for a fundamental change in the government and public sector.
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Perak's Infrastructures
- Ipoh Central Public Transportation Hub
- PERAK GATEWAY: Sultan Azlan Shah Airport
- Ipoh Railway Station




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Sarawak's Infrastructures
- Sarawak Gateway: Kuching International Airport (KIA)
- Kuching Transport Terminal (Kuching Sentral)
- Sibu Airport




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Kedah's Infrastructures
- KEDAH GATEWAY: Sultan Abdul Halim Airport
- Alor Setar KTM Electric Railway Station
- Sungai Petani Express Bus Station
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Sabah's Infrastructures
- Sabah Gateway: Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA)
- Sabah Healthcare: Gleneagles Kota Kinabalu Medical Centre
- Sabah MICE: International Technology & Commercial Centre, Penampang (ITCC-Penampang) - Exhibition Centre, Shopping Mall, Business Offices, Hotel Suites


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Melaka's Infrastructures
- Melaka Gateway: Malacca International Airport
- Melaka Transport Terminal (Melaka Sentral)
- Batang Melaka KTM Electric Railway Station


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LRT EXTENSION - GREATER KUALA LUMPUR
- Ampang line extension (Sri Petaling - Putra Heights)
- Kelana Jaya line extension (Kelana Jaya - Putra Heights)




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Johor's Infrastructures
- JOHOR GATEWAY: Senai International Airport
- Custom, Immigration & Quarantine (CIQ Complex)
- JB Sentral Railway Station
- Senai-Desaru Expressway (SDE) 77 km
- Eastern Dispersal Link 8.1 km (Pandan-CIQ)
- Iskandar Coastal highway 15 km (JB-Nusajaya)
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Pahang's Infrastructures
- PAHANG GATEWAY: Sultan Ahmad Shah Airport
- East Coast Expressway
- Genting Highlands Cable Car
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Negeri Sembilan's Infrastructures
- Kajang-Seremban highway (LEKAS)
- EDT: Sungai Gadut station


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NUTP: Focus on balanced infrastructure, physical development
08 June 2012 | Last updated at 08:12PM
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KUALA LUMPUR: The National Union of the Teaching Profession (NUTP) has urged the Education Ministry to focus on balanced infrastructure and physical development to ensure every school in the country gets equal benefit of having adequate facilities.

Its president, Hashim Adnan said this was crucial for the students to be in a conducive environment and could prepare well for their examinations.

"Even with sufficient teachers, if the facilities are not adequate, the students would not be able to achieve 100 percent of the target set by their school," he said at a press conference in conjunction with a three-day seminar, "Quality and sustainable education through continuous transformation' at a hotel here, which ended today.

Hashim said a number of issues were discussed during the seminar, among them, the different teaching modules adopted by the Malaysian Teachers' Training Institutes (IPGM) and university graduate teachers.

He said the disparity needed to be resolved to avoid a dilemma that would adversely affect students and the schools' management.

"The quality of IPGM teachers and university graduate teachers is different and this compromises their ability to work via a single approach.

"For example, IPGM graduates have three to four years' field experience before becoming a teacher while university graduates only undergo a one-year diploma programme to qualify as a teacher," he said.

Hashim also proposed that future lecturers attain at least 10 years' teaching experience before assuming the position to ensure quality and competency.

Meanwhile, NUTP also urged the government to focus on 'Continuous Professional Development' (CPD) for teachers in view of ever-changing situations and their critical role in producing quality human capital.

The seminar was attended by 80 participants comprising NUTP exco and representatives from IPGM and vocational and technical schools. -- BERNAMA
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SOME OF THE LARGEST INFRASTRUCTURES IN SOUTHEAST ASIA
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Bakun Dam, Sarawak (Opened: 2011)
The tallest concrete-faced rockfill dam (205m)
It is to generate 2,400 megawatts (MW) of electricity
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KLIA 2 - The world's largest low cost carrier terminal (openning date: 2013)
The KLIA2 is built to be Malaysia's Next Generation Hub - the airport hub that will allow seamless connectivity between low-cost and full-service carriers. The new KLIA2 terminal is measured to be at least 257,000 sqm, with 60 gates, 8 remote stands, 80 aerobridges, plus a retail space of 32,000 sqm to accommodate 225 retail outlets. It is designed to cater 30 million passengers a year with the provision to expand to 45 million.




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The Penang Second Bridge (openning date: 2013)
The longest bridge: 24 km (15 mi)
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Berapit Rail Tunnels, Perak (openning date: 2014)
The longest twin-bore tunnels (3.3km)




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Bukit Merah viaduct, Perak (openning date: 2014)
The longest marine rail-bridge (3.5km)
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Matrade Exhibition Centre, KL (openning date: 2015)
The largest exhibition centre (1 million sq ft)




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KUALA LUMPUR Stormwater Management And Road Tunnel (SMART)
Existed: 2003-present



The SMART Project Tunnel is about 9.7 km long and has internal diameter of 11.83 m. The SMART integrates both stormwater management and a motorway in the same tunnel. The motorway will consist of a 3 km double deck structure within bypass tunnel with ingress and egress connection links at both ends of the structure. The ingress and egress connection to the motorway Tunnel Linking KL - Seremban Highway to Jalan Sultan Ismail and Jalan Tun Razak.
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LOWER DECK
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The longest stormwater tunnel in South East Asia and second longest in Asia.
The main objective of this tunnel is to solve the problem of flash floods in Kuala Lumpur and also to reduce traffic jams along Jalan Sungai Besi and Loke Yew flyover at Pudu during rush hour. There are two components of this tunnel, the stormwater tunnel and motorway tunnel. It is the longest multi-purpose tunnel in the world. In 2011, the SMART tunnel received the UN Habitat Scroll of Honour Award for its innovative and unique management of storm water and peak hour traffic.




1. No storm, low rainfall
No flood water will be diverted into the SMART system.



2. Moderate storm
The SMART system will be activated and flood water will be diverted into the bypass tunnel in the lower channel of the motorway. Up to this point, the motorway will still be open to traffic.



3. Major storm
The SMART system will be activated and the motorway will be closed to traffic. Sufficient time will be allocated to allow the last vehicle to exit the motorway before the automated watertight gates are opened to allow flood water in. The motorway will be re-opened to traffic within 48 hours.

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Infrastructure, content growth
Published: 2013/03/20
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THE Communications Content and Infrastructure (CCI) National Key Economic Area has progressed well in the past year.

The CCI NKEA spans content, network applications, services and devices, and comprises two main components: to improve communications infrastructure and the uptake of services among the rakyat; and to enrich the content space in terms of value and quality of content produced.

With regard to infrastructure, the number of broadband users has almost reached saturation, aided by new measures to reduce the cost of broadband and international bandwidth by 18 per cent. There has also been a large expansion of infrastructure both at network level and access points into rural areas.

A promising development has been in the growth of content, built on the successful implementation of the communications infrastructure.

This is evident from the export figures of creative content, a major component of the NKEA.

Last year, the exported content of film, television programmes and animation grew to more than RM500 million from RM300 million in 2011, while handicraft sales surpassed RM300 million.

Overall, the contribution of creative content to the national economy has reached close to RM13 billion and is well placed to grow further.

Meanwhile, the Entry Point Project (EPP) for this sector will shift its focus from pushing broadband penetration rates to improving quality by delivering better connectivity speeds. The push to increase the availability of WiFi across populated centres will also continue.

In 2013, the EPP will be looking at improving access to broadband for 80 per cent of the populated areas in Greater KL and 30 per cent of seven state capitals, namely Kuantan, Seremban, Malacca town, Ipoh, Georgetown, Kota Kinabalu and Kuching with a minimum speed of 2Mbps targeted in those areas.

To reduce the digital divide in non-urban areas, the EPP aims to set up 689 more Kampung Tanpa Wayar sites, 336 new Time3 wireless towers and launch 162 new PI1Ms (Pusat Internet 1Malaysia) this year.

Wholesale bandwidth price may also be further reduced by an additional 10 per cent with the continued commitment by Konsortium Rangkaian Serantau to invest in the undersea cable construction.

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The nucleus of Naza TTDI’s flagship 30.5ha (75.5 acres) KL Metropolis development - more positive developments will take place in transforming the area to meet the vision of Kuala Lumpur’s international trade and exhibition district. Designed to provide year-round exhibition space for international-class events and meetings, the exhibition centre will comprise

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■ meeting and conference rooms
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Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios (PIMS) is expected to attract RM3.8 billion in international film production and related activities between 2013 and 2020.









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AUO SunPower solar PV manufacturing plant
The construction and ramp of Fab 3, located in Melaka, south of Kuala Lumpur, will continue through 2013 and, when completed, is expected to generate more than 1,400 megawatts annually of high-efficiency solar cells. The two-building facility will be 108,000 square meters (more than 1 million square feet), which is approximately the size of seven U.S. football fields, and will house 28 solar cell production lines when fully online. In production since October of this year, Fab 3 has already produced approximately 5 megawatts of Gen 2 solar cells with up to 22.5 percent conversion efficiency.




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