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Old July 6th, 2007, 06:10 PM   #61
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List of pioneer IDR investors out soon
TheStar BizWeek 7 July 2007

DATUK Seri Effendi Norwawi has been given the heavy task of heading the Joint-Ministerial Committee on the Iskandar Development Region (IDR) involving Malaysia and Singapore. “We want to work together to bring investments to IDR, not just from Singapore but also other parts of the world.”

Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has made known to many that he has entrusted Effendi with the job. One advantage Effendi has is that the island republic's National Development Minister, Mah Bow Tan, is a friend since their student days at the University of Tasmania.

“I guess the friendship will help in many ways,” he says, adding that both sides want to find ways to make the IDR work so as to benefit the two countries.

The Prime Minister, he adds, is the driving force behind the IDR as “he conceived it and he drives it himself”.

Effendi is well aware that some politicians still hold insular political views but he warns that they need to be more open-minded if Malaysia is to remain competitive.

“The IDR will be a world-class economic zone. The whole idea is to put Malaysia on the world map. We want to attract both local and foreign investors,” he explains.

On talk that the list of pioneer investors in IDR will be made public soon, he says: “Not far away. Real serious and advanced negotiations are going on and Pak Lah will announce them.”

The multi-billion ringgit IDR project covers 2,217 sq km, three times the size of Singapore, and has the potential to turn Johor into a major economic powerhouse that will be bigger than Bangkok or Jakarta.

It is an ambitious plan aimed at making Johor bigger than China's Shenzen province, which has benefited greatly from investors in Hong Kong.

Similarly, Johor hopes to gain from Singapore, which plans to raise its population to 6.5million, with tourist arrivals estimated at 13 million to 14 million a year once its two integrated resorts begin operations by 2010.

“There is no turning back. The IDR must succeed. The expectations are high with our credibility at stake,” says Effendi.



I think the Singapore factor can make IDR a success!
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Old July 7th, 2007, 09:56 AM   #63
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TheStar BizWeek 7 July 2007

DATUK Seri Effendi Norwawi has been given the heavy task of heading the Joint-Ministerial Committee on the Iskandar Development Region (IDR) involving Malaysia and Singapore. “We want to work together to bring investments to IDR, not just from Singapore but also other parts of the world.”

Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has made known to many that he has entrusted Effendi with the job. One advantage Effendi has is that the island republic's National Development Minister, Mah Bow Tan, is a friend since their student days at the University of Tasmania.

“I guess the friendship will help in many ways,” he says, adding that both sides want to find ways to make the IDR work so as to benefit the two countries.

The Prime Minister, he adds, is the driving force behind the IDR as “he conceived it and he drives it himself”.

Effendi is well aware that some politicians still hold insular political views but he warns that they need to be more open-minded if Malaysia is to remain competitive.

“The IDR will be a world-class economic zone. The whole idea is to put Malaysia on the world map. We want to attract both local and foreign investors,” he explains.

On talk that the list of pioneer investors in IDR will be made public soon, he says: “Not far away. Real serious and advanced negotiations are going on and Pak Lah will announce them.”

The multi-billion ringgit IDR project covers 2,217 sq km, three times the size of Singapore, and has the potential to turn Johor into a major economic powerhouse that will be bigger than Bangkok or Jakarta.

It is an ambitious plan aimed at making Johor bigger than China's Shenzen province, which has benefited greatly from investors in Hong Kong.

Similarly, Johor hopes to gain from Singapore, which plans to raise its population to 6.5million, with tourist arrivals estimated at 13 million to 14 million a year once its two integrated resorts begin operations by 2010.

“There is no turning back. The IDR must succeed. The expectations are high with our credibility at stake,” says Effendi.
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kalau singaporean investor x invest skarang lambat laung diorang sendiri akan rugi. take note guys, IDR untuk investors dari seluruh dunia.
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Syed Hamid To Attract Investments In Iskandar Development Region From China


KOTA TINGGI (Johor), July 7 (Bernama) -- Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar will make a five-day visit to China from Monday to introduce the Iskandar Development Region (IDR) and attract investments.

Speaking to reporters here, he said in his itinerary are Beijing, the Guangzhou industrial area and the Shenzhen economic development region which the IDR is keen to emulate.

He is also scheduled to meet China's Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi and Prime Minister Wen Jiabao.

Syed Hamid said he will use the opportunity to explain to the Chinese leadership and investors there on the investment incentives offered by the IDR.

"Interest in the IDR is considerable in China and I will inform them about the various opportunities to invest in the project," he said.

He added that China's economic influence and investments could assist in developing the IDR.

On this year's Langkawi International Dialogue (LID) from August 5 to 8, Syed Hamid said the leaders of 15 countries have agreed to attend.

He said majority of the participating countries will be from Africa, with Vietnam, Thailand and Bangladesh among the new participants.

The topics for discussion, he added, will focus on economic progress in the Third World countries.

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When will the JB Monorail construction commence?
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Heard that construction of JB monorail from skudai to JB started already...is this true?!
OMG, where do u got this news, even some FLYOVER at PASIR GUDANG, Pontian Expressway , and Bandar BAru UDa, still not finished (for years....) ... How could the monorail start ?? Some long-way-to-finish project has caused majpr traffic jam across PASIR GUDANG EXPRESSWAY and SKUDAI EXPRESSWAY, and also PONTIAN EXPRESSWAY.

Btw, the only transportation to SKUDAI from JB is SKUDai expressway, or take bus (by 2.70 RM)
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Old July 9th, 2007, 06:28 AM   #69
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BY SP Setia http://www.setiahomes.com/default.asp

Upcoming Project, setia eco city @ JB





Setia EcoCity - an international metropolis @ IDR

Bukit Indah - The leading mature, fully-integrated township that is strategically located at the sole gateway into Bandar Nusajaya is set to benefit from the influx of interest at this region. To ride on the momentum of Bandar Nusajaya, S P Setia is taking the lead by developing a newly integrated commercial prime estate in the heart of Bukit Indah, hence the birth of Setia EcoCity.

Setia EcoCity will cater to the increasing demand for commercial land as well as business recreational areas over the region within the near future. In face, this prime commercial zone will be the first to offer a borderless host of financial, economical and residential opportunities within the eco-theme platform, where eco-landscaping is the primary priority throughout the entire township, this setting a new benchmark for more eco-sustainable future developments in the region.

Setia EcoCity also stands to benefit from a planned government investment of RM4.8 billion on infrastructure works and RM10.8 billion in public transportations systems within IDR and Nusajaya, which will further bridge the distance between Malaysia, Singapore and the rest of the region.

At the same time, a comprehensive network of major roads and expressways such as the North-South Highway connects Setia EcoCity to Malaysia's largest trans-shipment centres like the Port Tanjung Pelepas and other influential harbours like the Pasir Gudang and Tanjung Langsat Port. For international access, the Sultan Ismail Airport in Senai is only a mere 25 minutes away whilst a short 45-minute drive will take you to the Changi International Airport in Singapore.

With shopping malls, international hotels, services residences, iconic towers and offices, Setia EcoCity will be the next global destination where the best brains around the world come to live, learn, work, and play.

Budding with potential
The birth of a new business destination is at hand. Setia EcoCity enters the international arena as an icon of sophistication and the first to meet the increasing demand for commercial amenities within the prominent Iskandar Development Region. A sustainable city in its own right with prospects of being the next global player in South East Asia, the birth of a landmark township adopting a new concept of flourishing a city under the grace of greeneries and shades has been actualised.
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WHAT THE ....?

Tallest Residential Tower in JB?
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Setia EcoCity Johor Bahru - now I know why SP Setia raising 500m in first round of bonds for Johor project

Masterplan Fnalised


Location of Setia EcoCity
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SP Setia Plans RM2bil New Township in Johor
January 15, 2007


SP Setia is planning a RM2 billion joint venture project called Setia Eco Gardens in the Iskandar Development Region (IDR) in southern Johor to capitalize on the potential growth of the area in the coming years.

Incidentally, this township will be SP Setia’s fourth development in Johor Bahru after the on-going Setia Tropika, Setia Indah and Bukit Indah projects in the city.

li>Based on a press report released last week,

The 383.92 ha piece of freehold land was acquired for RM227.3 million or RM5.50psf from Kawasan Mestika Sdn Bhd and Gan Theng Enterprise Sdn Bhd.

The JC company, Kesas Kenangan Sdn Bhd, would be set up to undertake the development located in Pulai, Johor Bahru. SP Setia will hold 70% in the new company through its subsidiary Futurecrest (M) Sdn Bhd with the remaining 30% by Topasia Projects, a unit of Hong Bee Land Sdn Bhd.

SP Setia plan to have a garden theme that includes a lush garden oasis and resort-like facilities such as fishing pavilions, canoeing cove, water parks and boardwalks.

Certainly, the timing is looking good for companies like SP Setia to invest in the Southern Johor growth area to take advantage of the Integrated Resorts planned in Singapore.


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SP Setia can really be a BIG developer. Example just look at the way they plan their Vietnamese township which they ventured recently:

A string of skyscrapers at MyPhuoc, Binh Duong, Vietnam

So dont be surprise to see some fantastic projects from them in malaysia one day.
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Are they really want to build all this??? Its like a dream!
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When will the JB Monorail construction commence?
YALOR!!!!!I REMEMBERED LAST YEAR THE JOHOR GOVERNMENT SAID THAT THE MONORAIL PROJECT WOULD START EARLY THIS YEAR...AND NOW,,IT' S ALREADY THE MONTH OF JULY.......SO WHEN?????????????????????!!~~~THIS IS FRUSTATING!!~~
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I would have roped in the singaporeans with this project from day 1 not only do they have the money to invest also their expertise with their MRT system.If wait for government we waitlah and wait until they can come up with money!!One thing for sure JB need this system badly.Soon it will have a super modern checkpoint but not a good transportation system to go with it !!!
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Johor Draws Most Investment In Jan-May Period
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JOHOR BAHARU, July 13 (Bernama) -- Johor topped all other states in drawing investments in the first five months of the year, topping RM5.18 billion, state International Trade and Industry, Energy, Water and Communications committee chairman Tan Kok Hong said Friday.

The bulk of this was from abroad, at RM3.92 billion, while domestic investments accounted for RM1.26 billion.

"Johor again became the highest recipient of FDI (foreign direct investment) in Malaysia, followed by Kedah at RM3.91 billion, Selangor RM1.7 billion, Negeri Sembilan RM1.39 billion and Pulau Pinang RM1.05 billion," he said.

When opening the Malaysian Metalworking Machinery Exhibition at the Johor International Convention Centre here, Tan said the FDI received in Johor make up 30.7 percent of the total FDI for Malaysia of RM12.76 billion between January and May.

"This means Johor has been the highest recipient of FDI for three consecutive years," he added.

Tan said both the federal and state governments are committed to develop southern Johor to become a major conurbation (cities, towns and villages which have become a single built-up area) of international standing that contains world class industries and services supported by world class physical infrastructure and living environment.

"The Iskandar Development Region (IDR) is yet another commitment by both the federal and state governments to turn southern Johor into a new economic growth corridor," he added.

Tan noted that the federal government has also committed more than RM4 billion under the Ninth Malaysia Plan to build the hard infrastructure for the region such as highways, sewerage systems and river cleaning, as well as RM330 million for soft infrastructure to enhance security.

The state government is also taking various steps and initiatives to nurture investments in Johor with the aim to ultimately make Johor the preferred investment destination.
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Ekovest top candidate for IDR play

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CIMB Research has initiated a "Trading Buy" on construction-property Ekovest Bhd and a realised net asset value (RNAV) target price of RM4.40.

It said the injection of 240 acres of prime coastal land into Danga Bay had positioned Ekovest as having the best exposure to Danga Bay, which was the next best play on the Iskandar Development Region (IDR) after Nusajaya.

Danga Bay is a 240-acre waterfront area at the southern tip of Johor facing Singapore. It is one of the key designated areas within the special economic corridor of IDR.

Under the Danga Bay Masterplan, various development components have been planned for the next 15 years. They include high-end commercial, residential, retail and entertainment spots, fused to become the future urban city.

Over the entire planned development period, the developments are expected to generate a total gross development value (GDV) of RM19.2 billion.

Out of the total 240 acres of land, 176.4 acres have been approved for mixed development and residential projects.

Over the medium term, two initial projects with a combined GDV of RM866 milllion were scheduled to be launched. They are the Sanctuary Island Villas located on 70 acres (GDV of RM330 million) and the Danga Bay Service Residence and Resort Hotel (GDV RM536 million).

CIMB Research said although the overall plans laid out under the IDR and Danga Bay presented a huge growth opportunity for Ekovest, implementation could fall behind expectations if the IDR failed to move forward swiftly.

On Ekovest's construction business, this is expected to be the main revenue generator over the next 1-2 years as maiden contributions from property will only filter through on a full-year basis from FY09.

"We project very minimal property income in FY08 as the two new launches will contribute six months' earnings, at the most," it said.

CIMB Research also expects Ekovest's outstanding order book of RM2.5 billion to keep the company busy over the next two years.

The three key outstanding projects are the RM366 million University Malaysia Sabah, the RM600 million Duke highway in Kuala Lumpur and the RM500 million development of Kolej Universiti Teknologi Tun Hussein Onn campus.

The next big project is expected to be the RM1.2 billion National Institute for Natural Products, Vaccines and Biologicals, construction of which may be handled entirely by Ekovest.

The research house said there was potential upside from IDR. It added that out of the total RM4.3 billion worth of IDR projects, it conservatively assumed Ekovest would bag RM1.6 billion orders.

CIMB Research said Ekovest currently had RM50 million net cash, which should reach RM100 million if all the warrants were converted. It appeared that the company will need to gear up to take on new projects.

It said Ekovest was trading at a 29% discount to its RNAV and there was upside to its RNAV as the value of the land was expected to rise in the medium- to long-term.

The research house said its sensitivity table showed that every RM50 psf increase in the value of the Danga Bay land would raise Ekovest's RNAV by 88 sen. It could reach RM6.15 if market prices appreciated to RM300 psf.

"We begin coverage with a Trading Buy rating and an RNAV-based target price of RM4.40. Note that the effective entry cost into Ekovest will be lower as there will be a 1:2 restricted offer for sale to shareholders after the 1:1 share split. The offer price is yet to be finalised," it said.

The stock could enjoy a further re-rating as newsflow on the IDR picks up, unveiling key development components, particularly in the Danga Bay area.

CIMB Research said the stock did not deserve to trade at a discount to its RNAV, considering it was well-positioned to tap the growth prospects of the IDR.

"Overall, Ekovest is our top pick for a direct RNAV play on property and infrastructure in the IDR via Danga Bay. The expected rise in land valuation at Danga Bay is one of the key share price catalysts, which include more newsflow on the progress of IDR," it said.
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Kiswire To Invest Up To RM410 Mln In New Plant

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SEOUL, July 17 (Bernama) -- Kiswire Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of South Korea's Kiswire Ltd, the world's largest producer of steel wire ropes, plans to invest up to US$125 million (RM410 million) in setting up a new plant in Pasir Gudang, Johor.

The new plant, to be located next to its existing plant in Tanjung Langsat, is to manufacture Neptune Rope which is used as mooring wire for offshore oil field industries, said the Malaysian operations' executive vice president Lee Lie-Moon.

"There is growing demand for Neptune Rope as more offshore oil drilling activities take place," said Lee, who was a guest speaker at the seminar on "Business Opportunities in Malaysia" held here yesterday.

At the current plant, Kiswire is producing 65,000 tonnes of Neptune Rope and exports the product to about 70 countries.

Lee said the company was looking an area of between eight and 10 hectares for the new facility but he did not say what will be its capacity.

"We are currently talking to the state government with regard to the plan," he said.

Kiswire hoped to start operations of the new plant in 2009, Lee said.

"Once the plant is up and running, we will be the largest Neptune Rope producer in the world," he said.

Earlier, Lee shared his 12 years of experience working in Malaysia.

He said political stability and an unrestricted business environment were among the reasons that Kiswire established its business in Malaysia back in 1989.

"Malaysia is a good investment destination. It is also strategically located in a market of over 500 million in population," he added.

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Friday July 20, 2007
Plenitude to sell land in Tebrau City to Ikano

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PETALING JAYA: Property developer Plenitude Bhd plans to sell a 14.5ha commercial land in Tebrau City, Johor to Ikano Group for some RM60mil, an industry source said.

Tebrau City is part of Plenitude's Taman Desa Tebrau development.

The sale could translate into a net gain of about RM40mil for Plenitude, the source said, adding that the price ranged from RM30 to RM40 per sq ft (psf).

The price was reasonable given that three years ago, the developer sold 12.1ha of commercial land in Taman Desa Tebrau to Jaya Jusco Stores Bhd for almost RM30 psf, the source added.

Ikano Group, the source said, intended to set up an Ikea store on the land. This is not surprising because Taman Desa Tebrau is home to the country's largest Jusco department store and a Tesco hypermarket, which is under construction.

OSK Investment Bank in a May report said Plenitude had 82.6ha of undeveloped commercial land in Taman Desa Tebrau. After the sale to Ikano Group, the developer should still have 68ha.

Taman Desa Tebrau, which forms part of the Iskandar Development Region, is expected to benefit from the infrastructure works planned under the Ninth Malaysia Plan. Tebrau City is the township's main commercial area.

Plenitude also has land in Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Kedah and manages the Tanjung Bungah Beach Hotel in Penang.

The bulk of its profits are derived from Taman Desa Tebrau, Taman Putra Prima Puchong (Selangor), Bandar Perdana (Sungai Petani, Kedah) and The Residences and Changkat View Condominium in Sri Hartamas.

Plenitude shares have appreciated about 13% in the past three days and traded at RM3.58 yesterday before their suspension from trading pending an announcement today.
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