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Old May 16th, 2019, 07:08 PM   #11801
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BAD NEWS!! MBO HOARDING STICKER HAS BEEN REMOVED!! Means it's now a huge empty lot?

Can anyone here confirmed? Are they cancelled the deal with AEON BDO??

I have a strong feeling that MBO was no longer there.

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I just read the new Johor State Structure Plan 2030, the planned 'high impact project' is mainly agriculture and tourism. How to turn Johor into industrialized and high economy state if we keep depended on agriculture and low Ringgit value to attract tourist?

Even the planned Johor University will focus and specialized on marine discipline . I think that is what we got when we had old school as menteri besar

When you said " industrialized and high economy state industrialized and high economy state"


what do you means exactly?
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Old May 18th, 2019, 06:20 AM   #11804
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When you said " industrialized and high economy state industrialized and high economy state"


what do you means exactly?
High tech manufacturing, knowledge based industries, IT, robotic, digitization etc...basically industry 4.0

you cannot sell primer product (agriculture) expensively as it would increase the cost of basic items ie foods in the market, unless you want chop all down the trees in Johor and turn it into a giant crops field so it would produce en masses product. Agriculture industry also employ small number of people compared to manufacturing based
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Old May 18th, 2019, 02:12 PM   #11805
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Old May 19th, 2019, 03:48 AM   #11806
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High tech manufacturing, knowledge based industries, IT, robotic, digitization etc...basically industry 4.0

you cannot sell primer product (agriculture) expensively as it would increase the cost of basic items ie foods in the market, unless you want chop all down the trees in Johor and turn it into a giant crops field so it would produce en masses product. Agriculture industry also employ small number of people compared to manufacturing based
What you said is correct by theory, no doubt. Can I use this as analogy? If thing is so easy, I will recommend the same to any african nation, and wonderful thing can come. Come on, talk is easy, suggest wonderful things cost you nothing, how to implement it? Let's discuss implementation, not some vague, empty "do high tech" recommendation.


In harsh reality? Malaysia, as a nation, got the competency? Even now we still using quota, merit based education system is non existence. High tech manufacturing, our competitor is?? China and US.


Maybe we can hope any high tech supply chain can flow to johor or any MNC do some good set their factory here, give some scrap meat for us to eat. What you said is like compete directly with them, I think no matter how much money our government throw in, will yield no result, because we do not have the talents, our system do not favour such talents, and we do not have such competitive environment at all. We will just repeating proton failure.


"you cannot sell primer product (agriculture) expensively as it would increase the cost of basic items ie foods in the market"
Depend, and generally what you said is wrong. Can we sell our agricultural product at premium and cost basic food items in the market NOT to rise in cost?
Yes, we sell at premium, because the market willing to accept, and cheap banana and expensive banana can co exist, because of the quality difference. Is two different market, one do not slaughter the other existence.

IF we sell our banana expensive without quality differences, the market will not accept such cheating, and we cannot sell our product. So no way we can increase the cost of basic items. WE DEMAND PREMIUM BECAUSE OF QUALITY. Cost of basic items will not increase because there is always cheaper less quality options production from other part of the world. JOHOR DO NOT HAVE PRICE CONTROLLING POWER ON AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS. We do not has any mass production on any agricultural products to the point our production changes affect market price, eg brazil supply of sugar.

Agricultural, we have to move up value chain through R&D, like musang or blacktorn durian, or our pienapple, we have the competitive advantages in this area against thailand, and huge premium we can demand from it, without making the cost to rise, because we do not deprive the market with cheaper alternative.

I think a more realistic approach for Johor economy transform, is to further integrated to regional region needs in service sector. If lots of China rich man want to come here to stay, we can give such service to them, if they want to set up regional HQ here, we can actively chasing them to set up near singapore, to lower their cost...or provide better living places for singaporeans. This is something Johor economy can do, and will thrive on because of the needs. Make Iskandar, a place to live, that attract the riches that want to enjoy life.



And unfortunately, when they come, we all thinks that they are going to invade us, or they are coming for Malaysian citizenship.....lol i thought that is internal minister affairs, and even they come their whole life or generations here, we can still not giving them citizenships, no?

Whole malaysia policy is xenophobic (but they welcome terrorists). The malay afraid of losing out, and that's the thing impede malaysia economy. How to cure?
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Old May 19th, 2019, 06:17 AM   #11807
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What you said is correct by theory, no doubt. Can I use this as analogy? If thing is so easy, I will recommend the same to any african nation, and wonderful thing can come. Come on, talk is easy, suggest wonderful things cost you nothing, how to implement it? Let's discuss implementation, not some vague, empty "do high tech" recommendation.


In harsh reality? Malaysia, as a nation, got the competency? Even now we still using quota, merit based education system is non existence. High tech manufacturing, our competitor is?? China and US.


Maybe we can hope any high tech supply chain can flow to johor or any MNC do some good set their factory here, give some scrap meat for us to eat. What you said is like compete directly with them, I think no matter how much money our government throw in, will yield no result, because we do not have the talents, our system do not favour such talents, and we do not have such competitive environment at all. We will just repeating proton failure.


"you cannot sell primer product (agriculture) expensively as it would increase the cost of basic items ie foods in the market"
Depend, and generally what you said is wrong. Can we sell our agricultural product at premium and cost basic food items in the market NOT to rise in cost?
Yes, we sell at premium, because the market willing to accept, and cheap banana and expensive banana can co exist, because of the quality difference. Is two different market, one do not slaughter the other existence.

IF we sell our banana expensive without quality differences, the market will not accept such cheating, and we cannot sell our product. So no way we can increase the cost of basic items. WE DEMAND PREMIUM BECAUSE OF QUALITY. Cost of basic items will not increase because there is always cheaper less quality options production from other part of the world. JOHOR DO NOT HAVE PRICE CONTROLLING POWER ON AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS. We do not has any mass production on any agricultural products to the point our production changes affect market price, eg brazil supply of sugar.

Agricultural, we have to move up value chain through R&D, like musang or blacktorn durian, or our pienapple, we have the competitive advantages in this area against thailand, and huge premium we can demand from it, without making the cost to rise, because we do not deprive the market with cheaper alternative.

I think a more realistic approach for Johor economy transform, is to further integrated to regional region needs in service sector. If lots of China rich man want to come here to stay, we can give such service to them, if they want to set up regional HQ here, we can actively chasing them to set up near singapore, to lower their cost...or provide better living places for singaporeans. This is something Johor economy can do, and will thrive on because of the needs. Make Iskandar, a place to live, that attract the riches that want to enjoy life.



And unfortunately, when they come, we all thinks that they are going to invade us, or they are coming for Malaysian citizenship.....lol i thought that is internal minister affairs, and even they come their whole life or generations here, we can still not giving them citizenships, no?

Whole malaysia policy is xenophobic (but they welcome terrorists). The malay afraid of losing out, and that's the thing impede malaysia economy. How to cure?
Could you stop rear up your racist attitude, we are not competitive because of malay? According to The Global Competitiveness Report 2018, Malaysia graduate is the no 6th most skilled in the world.

All the good quality agriculture product would be sold to singapore, the local? Well they got the rejected products ie bad quality products. Different types of banana and durian? What make you think the farmers would want to plant the low price fruits if they could plant the high price crops?
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ISKANDAR MALAYSIA KICKED OFF Q1 2019 WITH RM7.7 BILLION IN COMMITTED INVESTMENTS, STRENGTHENED COMMITMENT IN SMART CITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL AGENDAS

ISKANDAR MALAYSIA, 24 APRIL 2019, WEDNESDAY: Menteri Besar of Johor, YAB Dato’ Dr. Sahruddin Jamal, announced that Iskandar Malaysia had recorded committed investments of RM7.7 billion in the Q1 of 2019.

This brings the total cumulative committed investments from 2006 until 31 March 2019 to RM293 billion where 57%, or RM166 billion, represent investments that have been realized.

While the Manufacturing sector continues to be the biggest contributor, the following 4 promoted sectors are also seeing positive growth namely Logistics (RM 8.56 billion), Tourism (RM 7.86 billion), Healthcare (RM 4.41 billion) and Education (RM 3.29 billion).

The soft opening of R&F Mall and Capri by Fraser Residence in the Johor Bahru city centre plus XPark in Sunway Iskandar, completion of Legoland Malaysia’s Sea Life attraction and the launch of Johor Premium Outlet’s (JPO) 3rd Phase in Q1 2019 amplified the excitement in the Tourism sector.

To date, local investors had contributed 62% to the total cumulative committed investments while the balance 38% was contributed by foreign investors. The top five countries with the highest cumulative committed investments into Iskandar Malaysia from 2006 to March 2019 are China, Singapore, USA, Japan, and Spain.

”This reflects continuous investor confidence in Iskandar Malaysia, and the state of Johor, as it grows to be a Strong and Sustainable Metropolis of International Standing. This is also evident by the many visits to Iskandar Malaysia by various international parties,” explained Dato’ Dr. Sahruddin during his first official visit to IRDA as Menteri Besar of Johor.

Datuk Ismail Ibrahim, Chief Executive of Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA) added, “Iskandar Malaysia continues to welcome all foreign investments that are aligned to its nine promoted economic sectors and those that provide spill-over effect to the economy, environment and social agendas of the region.”

In Q1 2019, Medan Selera Iskandar Malaysia (MSIM) was officially opened to the public. Located in Gelang Patah, this food court offers various local food and beverages and is a social initiative that provides a platform for local entrepreneurs.

Pushing its Low Carbon Society agenda even further, Iskandar Malaysia hosted the ‘Global Covenant of Mayors and Energy’, which saw more than 150 practitioners from around the world converging to discuss and take actions on climate change, in the same quarter.

Just a month before that, Iskandar Malaysia strengthened its status as a leader in Smart City as it participated in the ‘Malaysia Urban Forum 2019’ in Kuala Lumpur to share and showcase its successful urbanization programmes to around 10,000 visitors.

According to Datuk Ismail, for the rest of 2019 IRDA will put more focus on the logistics and tourism sectors where businesses and the people alike can expect to enjoy more benefits from these sectors.

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ISKANDAR MALAYSIA HOSTS GLOBAL COVENANT OF MAYORS (GCOM) FOR CLIMATE AND ENERGY: Over 100 global participants trained to combat climate change

ISKANDAR MALAYSIA, THURSDAY, 21 MARCH 2019: Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA) in collaboration with the European Union (EU) and the Secretariat of Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy (GCoM) are hosting the inaugural GCoM event here in Iskandar Malaysia, a global leader in climate action today. The 3-day-event is a follow-up of the outreach event that took place at the World Urban Forum (WUF) in Kuala Lumpur in February 2018 and the first of four trainings to be implemented in Malaysia during 2019.

The Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy (GCoM) is a platform for international alliance of cities and local governments with a shared long-term vision of promoting and supporting voluntary action to combat climate change and move to a low emission, resilient society. As a contribution to the Paris Agreement on climate change, the European Union (EU) is supporting the implementation of the GCoM in Asia and other regions of the world through the International Urban Cooperation (IUC) programme.

According to YB Tuan Tan Hong Pin, Chairman of State Local Government, Science and Technology Committee, “it is indeed a very proud moment for Iskandar Malaysia and the State of Johor that GCOM has decided to hold its global event here in Iskandar Malaysia”.

“We will ensure significant involvement together with the over 9,000 cities around the world in the fight against global warming and climate change,” said YB Tuan Tan Hong Pin.

Iskandar Malaysia’s development continues to be guided by the Circle of Sustainability, a holistic and resilient ecosystem where economic, social and environmental agendas are of equal importance and receive equal attention.

“With this in mind, the Iskandar Malaysia Low Carbon Society (LCS) Blueprint was developed to reduce Iskandar Malaysia’s carbon intensity by 58% by 2025 compared to the 2005 level; and create a greener, more sustainable yet economically dynamic environment.

“What this means is that while Iskandar Malaysia focuses on attracting investments for the region’s economic development, we will also ensure that these investments have a positive spill-over effect to the local communities, to ensure that no one is left behind, and at no expense to the environment,” said Datuk Ismail Ibrahim.

Since June 2011, IRDA has teamed up with a number of leading Japanese and Malaysian research institutions for the LCS Blueprint namely UTM, Kyoto University, Okayama University and National Institute of Environmental Studies. This blueprint is one of the main outputs of Science and Technology Research Partnership for Sustainable Development (SATREPS) under the “Development of Low Carbon Society Scenarios for Asian Region” research project, funded by JICA and the Japan Science and Technology Agency.

“Of course, when it comes to environment, we take special pride in mentioning that some of our extensive environmental efforts continue to receive global recognition as reflected in our participation at several Conference of Parties (COP) events and recently at the 11th Asia-Pacific Regional Centre of Expertise (RCE) Meeting in Parramatta, Australia. We also won the ‘Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Okayama Award 2018’ from Okayama City in Japan. In October last year, Iskandar Malaysia again became the location the 4th International Conference on Low Carbon in Asia, bringing people from all over the world to Johor Bahru to discuss climate actions.” said Datuk Ismail Ibrahim, Chief Executive of IRDA.

YBhg Datuk Ismail Ibrahim reiterates the importance of trans-agency and transboundary cooperation in achieving Iskandar Malaysia’s environmental goals. Datuk Ismail pointed out the “need to learn from others, leveraging on each other’s strengths and weaknesses, and to work together to be more effective in managing climate-related and environmental issues. This should be done across the whole process from planning to implementation.”

The GCOM training provided for up to 60 representatives from local governments and authorities in Malaysia. The activity is supported by the International Urban Cooperation (IUC) Asia and the European Commission’s Joint Research Center (JRC). The event is also fully supported by the UCLG ASPAC (United Cities and Local Government in Asia-Pacific), the CDP Network, ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability and UN Habitat.

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Old May 19th, 2019, 11:28 PM   #11810
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Could you stop rear up your racist attitude, we are not competitive because of malay? According to The Global Competitiveness Report 2018, Malaysia graduate is the no 6th most skilled in the world.

All the good quality agriculture product would be sold to singapore, the local? Well they got the rejected products ie bad quality products. Different types of banana and durian? What make you think the farmers would want to plant the low price fruits if they could plant the high price crops?

My apology, but looking at our education minister, i think he is even worse than me. HE is malay and he raised up such racist attitude towards his races.

Now you are lamenting the locals cannot but quality locals good, because how's the economy works. Let me ask you the same things, if AI robotic industry, or high tech product produce here, all highly priced, local cannot afford, will you say the same thing???? All these robot, AI bought by singaporeans, and we locals get cheapstake manual control robot? Chase them away?



Farmers do not want to plant low priced fruit, if they have the choice. IF our agricultural tech is good, cross breed takes years of testing and research...this is not something ordinary farmers will do, have to depending on research body, mainly controlled by government... We do not have a powerful private sectors agriculture company that can do such initiatives. So do not underlook local uni focusing their research on agricultural products.... because the competition barrier is low, Japan or US or china will not compete with malaysia in banana planting or produce high quality jambu, we have the competitive advantages. Looks at Japan melon, whats make you think that we cannot sell such price for our jambu or watermelon? Can our ordinary planter/farmer produce high quality food product on their own?
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Old May 19th, 2019, 11:50 PM   #11811
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My apology, but looking at our education minister, i think he is even worse than me. HE is malay and he raised up such racist attitude towards his races.

Now you are lamenting the locals cannot but quality locals good, because how's the economy works. Let me ask you the same things, if AI robotic industry, or high tech product produce here, all highly priced, local cannot afford, will you say the same thing???? All these robot, AI bought by singaporeans, and we locals get cheapstake manual control robot? Chase them away?



Farmers do not want to plant low priced fruit, if they have the choice. IF our agricultural tech is good, cross breed takes years of testing and research...this is not something ordinary farmers will do, have to depending on research body, mainly controlled by government... We do not have a powerful private sectors agriculture company that can do such initiatives. So do not underlook local uni focusing their research on agricultural products.... because the competition barrier is low, Japan or US or china will not compete with malaysia in banana planting or produce high quality jambu, we have the competitive advantages. Looks at Japan melon, whats make you think that we cannot sell such price for our jambu or watermelon? Can our ordinary planter/farmer produce high quality food product on their own?
Robot is not a primer product, there is a lot of component to make a robot, and robot is meant to sell abroad ie exports. A high tech manufacturing facilities wont need as much space as agriculture, but employ more much worker with high paid salary. Tell me which country has become a developed country with agriculture as their primer product?
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My apology, but looking at our education minister, i think he is even worse than me. HE is malay and he raised up such racist attitude towards his races.

Now you are lamenting the locals cannot but quality locals good, because how's the economy works. Let me ask you the same things, if AI robotic industry, or high tech product produce here, all highly priced, local cannot afford, will you say the same thing???? All these robot, AI bought by singaporeans, and we locals get cheapstake manual control robot? Chase them away?



Farmers do not want to plant low priced fruit, if they have the choice. IF our agricultural tech is good, cross breed takes years of testing and research...this is not something ordinary farmers will do, have to depending on research body, mainly controlled by government... We do not have a powerful private sectors agriculture company that can do such initiatives. So do not underlook local uni focusing their research on agricultural products.... because the competition barrier is low, Japan or US or china will not compete with malaysia in banana planting or produce high quality jambu, we have the competitive advantages. Looks at Japan melon, whats make you think that we cannot sell such price for our jambu or watermelon? Can our ordinary planter/farmer produce high quality food product on their own?
Racism is define as the belief that that all members of each race possess characteristics, abilities, or qualities specific to that race, especially so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race or races.

You are treading close to such definitions though. A stupid minister doing a racially charge policy does not indicate that ALL of "them" are the same.

As for agriculture. PM4 has pretty much deminish almost all of our agricultural sectors support systems. In fact the Thai and Indo are so far ahead of us now. There are no competitive advantage geographically for us against our asean neighbors, our black pepper industry is already devastated by cheaper black pepper from cambodia.

Being Netherlands of the East does sound great. But we forgot that it's only apply to the Dutch. All over the EU, politicians just take the easy way out and curry favor with their voter by imposing tarrif, protectionism policies as well as subsidies. How sure are we that our politicians would be discipline enough to pull a Dutch or NZ? We already know our politicians and the public aren't that morally aptitudes and would just pull an easy way out rather than doing a harder jobs of doing the right thing.

Can we explain to the farmer that to help them we need to pull a NZ and stop giving out subsidies? Have them compete in the open market so they make the right choice and not the easy choices?

Its not that we can't do it. More like how we could do it? For now it just look like a lips services to curry favor with voter as well as to differentiate themselves from their competitors rather than any actual policies.

As for industry 4.0 as far as I know it's an attempt to automates stuff, reducing cost by making lots of worker redundant. The scandanavian already start it transition to it by increasing taxes so they could pay basic universal income things that our FM & PM are against.
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PLEASE stop issuing and rebutting statements regarding race, racism and others NOT relating to the forum scope. Respect others. Create other threads if you must.
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Hey guys, do you notice that the homepage of The Astaka official website has undergone some changes?
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https://www.nst.com.my/property/2018...rogress-astaka

If all stick to the plan, the next phase of The Astaka will begin this year. This includes :

> A dedicated 200m UNDERGROUND TUNNEL ( From OBS to JB City CENTRE, I'm very excited about this!!!!!)

> A 55-60 storeys GRADE A Office Tower.

> A 55-60 storeys RESIDENTIAL TOWER.

> A 5 STARS INTERNATIONAL HOTEL.

> A 10-storey MEGAMALL, total retail spaces will be 1.5 million sq. ft(almost the same size with Mid Valley Southkey), The Astaka Padu said that the megamall is currently being done a market research by an international company(from Korea, the company has managed the malls in Seoul and Dubai) , hope they can bring in more international brands.
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If all stick to the plan, the next phase of The Astaka will begin this year. This includes :

> A dedicated 200m UNDERGROUND TUNNEL ( From OBS to JB City CENTRE, I'm very excited about this!!!!!)

> A 55-60 storeys GRADE A Office Tower.

> A 55-60 storeys RESIDENTIAL TOWER.

> A 5 STARS INTERNATIONAL HOTEL.

> A 10-storey MEGAMALL, total retail spaces will be 1.5 million sq. ft(almost the same size with Mid Valley Southkey), The Astaka Padu said that the megamall is currently being done a market research by an international company(from Korea, the company has managed the malls in Seoul and Dubai) , hope they can bring in more international brands.
sounds lovely especially the underground tunnel & high end megamall - make it like SiamParagon and EmQuartier in Bangkok or Pavilion kind of shopping centre in JB.

p/s: too much to ask. we'll see how.
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brand new and most modern MBO Cinemas @ AEON Mall Bandar Dato' Onn opening in JUNE 2019!

features;
1) MX4D Hall (like 4DX in GSCinemas)
2) 40 ft Big Screen Hall
3) Kecil Hall
4) first MBO Cinemas with an E-Ticketing Machine
5) Standard Hall, Onyx Hall & Premiere Hall

..and 4 more NEW cinemas coming soon in Johor Bahru;
1) GSCinemas @ The Mall, Mid Valley Southkey
2) TGV Cinemas @ Toppen Shopping Centre, Tebrau (the most modern and updated TGV in Southern region)
3) Emperor Cinemas @ R&F Mall Johor Bahru (Hong Kong's cinema chain - 1st in Southeast Asia in JB)
4) Womei Cinemas @ Bele Time Danga Bay (China's cinema chain - 1st in Southeast Asia in JB)
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BAD NEWS!! MBO HOARDING STICKER HAS BEEN REMOVED!! Means it's now a huge empty lot?

Can anyone here confirmed? Are they cancelled the deal with AEON BDO??

I have a strong feeling that MBO was no longer there.

LOL, now it's open. They tear it down bcoz they are preparing to open.
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