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Old August 16th, 2009, 10:16 PM   #1961
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Cyberjaya Enterprise Space Development Plan
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- Current office space is approximately 3.0 million sq.ft.
- Projected enterprise space is 5.0 million sq.ft. by 2010.
- Currently under construction is 1.17 million sq.ft.

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Old August 17th, 2009, 04:43 PM   #1969
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MSC Malaysia Animation and Creative Content Center
Introduction to the MAC3


MDeC allocates RM75m to assist MSC firms
Published: 2009/08/18

MULTIMEDIA Development Corp (MDeC) has set up a RM75 million fund to help local companies develop animation and electronic games.

However, it will only be eligible for MSC Malaysia-status companies and they must also have foreign partners.

The MSC Malaysia Creative Content Centre (MAC3) Co-Production Fund is targeted to fund about 15 projects over the next two years and create 600 jobs.

"The MAC3 Creative Content Co-Production fund is to help accelerate the competency and capability of our MSC-status companies in the areas of talent and technology by working on quality projects with capable foreign partners," said MDeC chief executive officer Datuk Badlisham Ghazali in a press statement.

MDeC hopes to grow the fund size in the future. It now relies solely on direct government funding.

Badlisham also announced winners of the annual MSC Malaysia Intellectual Property (IP) Creators Challenge (MSC Malaysia IPCC) competition.

The intention of the MSC Malaysia IPCC, he said, is to nurture new talent in content creation and promote the creation of content suitable for global consumption.

He added that if the MSC Malaysia IPCC winners have the drive and potential, they can ask for money from the fund to develop their ideas further.

Badlisham believed that the MSC Malaysia IPCC is an answer for local entrepreneurs who are not able to expand development of their projects beyond the pilot stage due to funding constraints.

"Since the MSC Malaysia IPCC has become an annual event recognised by the local creative content community, it is becoming a platform for local talents to further explore their creativity in developing digital content on par or exceeding world standards," he added.

The creative multimedia industry with the size of the growing global market, currently valued at a whopping US$780 billion (RM2.75 billion). The global market pie for digital content includes, but not limited to, segments under education, entertainment, business and health.

The MSC Malaysia IPCC was initiated in 2006 and the competition is now into its fourth year.
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Old August 19th, 2009, 12:11 AM   #1973
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Old August 19th, 2009, 03:04 PM   #1974
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Glomac hopes to sell half of properties in present campaign
Monday July 13, 2009
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KELANA JAYA: Glomac Bhd hopes to sell at least half of the RM400mil worth of properties offered under its current property campaign that ends this month, amid signs of a pick-up in demand for medium-price houses, said group managing director/chief executive officer Datuk FD Iskandar Mohamed Mansor.

“Since April, we have been seeing some pickup in the property market particularly for houses priced RM300,000 and below,” he said. “At the same time, banks are still providing loans and offering low interest rates.”

Glomac was offering “everything” from 11 property developments, from medium-price houses to high-end condominiums and commercial properties in its 21st Anniversary Property Campaign, he said.

“We are turning 21 this year, so we want to celebrate our achievement by giving 21 great rewards to our customers,” Iskandar told StarBiz during an interview recently, referring to freebies such as free kitchen appliances.

“Some of the properties have just been launched such as Seri Bangi and Glomac Damansara,” he said.

He added that given the current market conditions, the company needed to be realistic on sales targets and property launches.

“We have six new property projects to launch this year apart from 13 or 14 ongoing projects. Another three new commercial projects are being planned and will be launched when the market improves,” he said.

The company’s gross development value for its ongoing projects was RM2.8bil, which could last the company for a further five to six years, Iskandar said.

He noted that Glomac’s gearing ratio was also low at 0.1, and the company would try to contain it below 0.5.
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Glomac selling corporate tower to govt agency
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Published: 2009/08/17



PROPERTY developer Glomac Bhd (5020) is selling one of its two corporate towers at its upmarket RM800 million Glomac Damansara development in Petaling Jaya to a government agency for RM200 million.

Its executive vice-chairman Datuk Richard Fong Loong Tuck said the deal is due to be finalised by month-end.

Glomac Damansara consists of a 15- and 30-storey corporate tower, two 25-storey serviced apartment blocks, five- and eight-storey shop offices, nine- and 11-storey office suites and a hybrid retail mall.

Fong told Business Times the government agency will buy the 30-storey corporate tower but it wants the height reduced by five floors.
"We are in negotiations with the agency and will plan the design of the building according to their request. Since we are reducing the height of the tower, we will raise the floors for the other buildings," Fong said.

Fong said the office suites, which will be launched in mid-2010, may be increased by two floors, increasing its value from RM120 million currently.

Fong said other investors have approached Glomac for the 15-storey tower, which is valued at RM60 million and earmarked as its new headquarters.

He added that negotiations are ongoing with some of the parties.

"We will launch and hope to sell the corporate tower, shop offices and office suites before introducing the serviced apartments and mall next year. There is demand for office space in this area," Fong said.

Glomac has sold 70 per cent of the five- and eight-storey shop offices, launched in March this year.

Fong said sales of the shop offices were slow initially but picked up from late May.

As for the apartment blocks, Glomac is mulling to launch the units in early 2010, targeting locals within Petaling Jaya, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Bandar Utama, Damansara and Bangsar, Fong said.

Fong said the price of the apartments have been pegged at RM600 per sq ft and above.

"When we first planned the apartments, we were looking to have 208 units, each with a built-up of 1,500 sq ft. However, we have reduced the sizes to 800 sq ft to 1,500 sq ft so we are now offering 300 units for sale to the man on the street," Fong said.

"We are not targeting en bloc buyers as there are not that many around. Previously, there were a lot of buyers from the Middle East but they have become very cautious and are cash-strapped as a result of the financial meltdown," Fong said.

Fong said Glomac will start construction on the mall, which is worth RM150 million, by the end of 2010.
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RM3.8bil investment for science park
Saturday August 22, 2009

SHAH ALAM: Selangor State Development Corp (PKNS) has attracted RM3.8bil worth of investments via three investors for its Selangor Science Park 2 (SSP2) that is under development in Cyberjaya.

The investors are Q-Cell from Germany, the Andaman Group and Serba Sentosa Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Metro Kajang Holdings Bhd.

SSP2 is a 1,300-acre mixed development project with gross development value of RM3bil which is expected to be completed between 10 and 15 years.

PKNS general manager Othman Omar said Q-Cell, the largest manufacturer of solar wafer and cells in the world, had started operations in SSP2 in May.

“The company is also collaborating with us to energise PKNS Gallery in SSP2,” he said yesterday after a memorandum of understanding signing ceremony with the investors, witnessed by Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim.

Q-Cell plans to take up to 100 acres in SPP2 which will involve investment of about RM3bil.

The Andaman Group will develop another SEGi College campus, estimated to cost RM300mil. It had developed a similar campus in PKNS’ earlier project, Selangor Science Park 1, in Kota Damansara.

“Metro Kajang will collaborate with PKNS to develop our commercial and residential area in SSP2.

“In return, PKNS will jointly undertake a commercial development with Metro Kajang in Kajang town centre,” Othman said, adding that the land belonged to Metro Kajang.

Metro Kajang’s project in SSP2 will involve an investment of about RM500mil.

Going forward, Othman said PKNS was in serious talks with local and foreign investors to invest in SSP2. “We want our investors to be in line with the SSP2 concept of high-technology and environment-friendly industries,” he said.

SSP2 would be a low density and sustainable development, with over 20% of the area reserved for green areas and public parks.
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