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P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
P4 coo preso creative seminar 16 dec 2010
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  • 1. Iskandar MalaysiaStrong Sustainable Metropolis of International Standing Presented by : Hilmi Mohd Nashir, COOIskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA)16 December 2010Asia’s Emerging ICT Destination
  • 2. Outline • Iskandar Malaysia • Iskandar Malaysia, Asia’s New Creative & ICT Destination • Access to Opportunity 2 ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA)
  • 3. The 5 Economic CorridorsEstablished: 2006 Established: 2007 Established: 2007Focus areas:  Focus areas: Focus areas: Iskandar Malaysia’s 9 Pillars Agriculture, Manufacturing Agriculture, Biotech, Tourism & Tourism & Logistics Established: 2008 Established: 2008 Focus areas:  Focus areas:  Oil‐based, Aluminum, Steel, Glass, Oil & Gas, Tourism Tourism, Palm Oil, Timber, Petrochemical, Manufacturing, Livestock, Aquaculture, Marine Education, Agriculture Engineering ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA) 3
  • 4. Iskandar MalaysiaThe Jewel of The South 4 ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA)
  • 5. Located In The Heart Of Asia • 2 to 8 hours flight to 3.8 billion population • Fast‐growing service‐based economies • Daily flights to major cities • Minutes away from Singapore Source : The Economist Intelligence Unit ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA) 5
  • 6. Iskandar Malaysia Encompasses The Entire Johor Bahru District & Part of Pontian ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA)
  • 7. Iskandar Malaysia’s Development Strategy Vision A Strong Sustainable Metropolis  of International Standing Economic  Institutional  Five  International  Drivers  Socio  Infra‐ Framework Strategic  Rim  &  Economic  structure &  Positioning Catalyst Equity  Enablers Regulatory  Pillars Projects Authority Equitable & Fair Distribution Among Stakeholders Three  Growth and  Value CreationFoundations Nation Building ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA) 7
  • 8. Choices of Locations (Zone A, B or E) • 2,217 km2 or 550,000 acres • 3 times the size of Singapore Senai – Skudai • 1.4 million population (Kulaijaya) Zone Zone Zone Zone Johor Bahru Zone City Centre Eastern Gate Development  Nusajaya (Pasir Gudang – Tanjong Langsat) Singapore Western Gate Development  (Port Tanjung Pelepas) ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA) 8
  • 9. The Iskandar Malaysia VisionEconomic Growth “To develop Iskandar Malaysia into a strong and  sustainable metropolis of international standing” Year 2005 Projected (2025) GDP (USD) 20 billion 93 billion Per capita GDP (USD) 14,790 31,100 Employment 0.610 million 1.428 million Population 1.4 million 3.0 million ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA) 9
  • 10. Iskandar Malaysia’s Economic Drivers  Investment Opportunities Iskandar Economy “Strong, Diversified, Dynamic and Global” Services Educational Services Health Services Financial Industries Creative Petro Electrical &  chemical  Food &  Logistic &  The Main  Agro  Electronics & related  Tourism Pillars Oleo  Processing Services chemical Five Main ‘Pillars’ to be reinforced Four New Service‐Based  Pillars’ being added Strong Supporting Industries (Metal Products, Engineering, Non‐metallic, Manufacturing Related Services (MRS)) Support  System Strong Supporting Institutions (Education, R&D, Government, Private & social institutions, communication & coordination system) World‐class Professionals and Technical Work Force Excellent Physical, Infrastructure, including ICT Basic Foundation Excellent Working & Living Environment Stable Political, Social Environment The well‐established sectors which are manufacturing‐based will be reinforced while  giving new emphasis on new sectors which are services‐based  ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA) 10
  • 11. Iskandar Malaysia, Asia’s New Creative & ICT DestinationThe Best of Both Worlds ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA) 11
  • 12. IM’s vision: Asia’s New Creative DestinationISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA)
  • 13. ICT & Creative Centres in Iskandar Malaysia MSC Cyberport City – Kulai Jaya Developed in 3 phases, starting from the the first half of 2011 Offers quality facilities and state‐of‐art infrastructure including services apartments, commercial & office space, R&D centre and cyber incubators Planned for a modern cluster of IT buildings where knowledge and skilled locals & foreign knowledge workers will reside and work Bandar MSC Cyberport • 150 acre ICT mixed development with residential, commercial and ICT space to be completed 2012 • 1 iconic tower • Enterprise block MSC Cyberport JB • Incubator facilities • Residential Creative Park@Medini 13 ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA)
  • 14. ICT & Creative Centres in Iskandar Malaysia Creative Park@Medini Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios • Spearheaded by Medini Central Sdn Bhd • Located adjacent to Medini in an 80 acre site • 286.98 acres • Project value RM400 million • 33 commercial plots (2.13 acres to 22.02 acres) • Economic impact to exceed RM1 billion over 8 years • Digital infrastructure for international agencies, studios & companies in • Will create 3,000 direct jobs and over 5,000 technologies R&D, animation, broadcast indirect jobs when fully operational & movies • Target to open in early 2013 Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA) ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA)
  • 15. Access to OpportunityThe Right location for Growth. 15 ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA)
  • 16. Iskandar Malaysia – Why here? Location; next door to an established economy Ever‐improving infrastructure Political stability & security Ease of doing business Easy life style & vibrant cityMalaysia is no 10 in worldcompetitiveness for doingbusiness Source : IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook 2010 16 ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA)
  • 17. Stable & Attractive Tax System Forbes Tax Misery Index 2009 Malaysia ranked 17th. 5th if 15% income tax for knowledge workers is effective ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA)
  • 18. Excellent Connectivity KLIA Airport: 320km / 3 hours Senai Airport: 27km / 23mins Strategic Network Central Business District – Johor Bahru:  31km / 25mins Port of Tanjung Langsat:  55km / 40mins Johor Port 44km / 35mins Port of Tanjung Pelepas: 10km / 7mins Changi Airport: 58km / 47mins Malaysia Customs, Immigration and Quarantine:  7km / 5mins Central Business District – Singapore:  Singapore Customs, Immigration and Quarantine:  39km / 32mins 13km / 10mins Jurong Port: 19km / 15mins 18 ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA)
  • 19. Available IT Talent Supply • English as medium of learning • 3,000 students per year • Dedicated, strong work ethics and flexible workforce ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA)
  • 20. Incentives Overview General Incentives Customised Incentives ISP for Medini Iskandar Malaysia • These are existing tax • Investors with strategic and • Investments in targeted 6‐ incentives offered to various catalytic projects may apply for services based clusters, industries and promoted customised incentives. approved developers and activities • These projects must have high approved development value propositions and can managers • These incentives are enacted generate significant economic The broad Incentives are:‐ in the Promotion of linkages to the local economy 1. Corporate tax exemption for Investments Act (PIA) 1986 as • Value propositions include: up to 10 years well as through various gazette ‐ develop or bring in new or 2. Exemption from withholding orders pursuant to Section 127 merging technologies which tax requirements on specific of Income Tax Act will add value to existing payments activities 3. Can be 100% foreign owned • Common ones are Pioneer ‐ employment of knowledge 4. Flexibility to employ foreign Status, Investment Tax workers including training knowledge workers Allowance (ITA), Reinvestment ‐invest significant capital 5. Approved foreign knowledge Allowance (RA) etc investment workers can bring in car free ‐ other areas which will help from duties bring the Malaysian economy to a high value economy MIDA, MDEC, Biotechcorp etc Iskandar Investment Committee /  Iskandar Investment Committee Economic Council Various competitive incentives are offered to investors in Iskandar Malaysia ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA)
  • 21. World Class Telecommunication Infrastructure FLD TAIB BUKIT ANDAK BESAR BUKIT BATU KELAPA SAWIT KOTA TINGGI AYER BEMBAN KULAI TMN. ULU TEBRAU MUHIBBAH SENAI TIRAM TMN. DESA AYER KANGKAR CEMERLANG TMN. BALOI KAYU ARA PULAI UNIVERSITY PANDAN PASONG SKUDAI TMN. BDR. CAHAYA PERMAS PERLING BARU JAYA PEKAN BKT RESAM TAMPOI NENAS PELANGI PONTIAN GELANG PASIR JOHOR PATAH GUDANG BAHARU TG. PETERI TG. KUPANG LEGEND: Existing Fiber Network KUKUP Planned Fiber Network TG. PELEPAS Existing Central Office Planned Central Office 21 ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA)
  • 22. Proposed Gigabit Backbone  Capacity up to 100Gbps for industry Flagship Zone E Senai-Kulai-Indahpura Flagship Zone D Pasir Gudang Flagship Zone A JB City Flagship Zone B Nusajaya Connection Singapore Flagship Zone C via Causeway Tanjung Pelepas Connection Singapore via 2nd Link High Speed Broadband Metro‐E fibre optic Exchange/Node Backbone – 100 Gbps ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA)
  • 23. Easy Life Style & Vibrant Nature, beach & parks – islands, waterfalls, mangrove Golf Paradise – 15 international standard golf courses Rich Culture & Heritage – Zapin, Kuda Kepang, Ghazal Excellent Food – Best choices of Asian, western and seafood Education – International schools (e.g SeriOmega, Sri Ara, Marlborough college), international universities Healthcare – ColumbiaAsia, Regency, KPJ specialist hospitals Religion – freedom of worship for all religions International events – Kite festival, Iskandar Johor Open ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA) 23
  • 24. In Summary 1. Close to high growth areas in Asia (Singapore, Indonesia, China, India – potential gateway to ASEAN) 2. MSC Malaysia & Bill of Guarantees and other incentives 3. World class Infrastructure • Well connected transportation network • High speed telecommunication 4. Available talent supply 5. Choices of locations / areas 24 24 ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA)
  • 25. Thank youIRDA HeadquartersIskandar Regional DevelopmentAuthority (IRDA)#G‐01, Block 8Danga Bay, Jalan Skudai80200 Johor BahruTel: +607‐233 3000Fax: +607‐233 3001Email: enquiries@irda.com.my www.iskandarmalaysia.com.my 25 25 ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA)

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