Posts Tagged ‘South Korea’
November 3, 2016 by iskandarinsider
SINGAPORE (BLOOMBERG) – UEM Sunrise Bhd, the biggest landowner in Malaysia’s southern Iskandar region, is in talks to sell sites to overseas manufacturers to boost economic activity in the area.
Companies from South Korea, Japan and Taiwan are in discussions about investment in the Iskandar zone, said Mr Izzaddin Idris, chief executive officer at the developer’s parent, UEM Group Bhd.
April 26, 2016 by iskandarinsider
HALAL products may not come across as a lucrative business if you are looking at it from a minuscule perspective ie. a small stall in the laidback countryside. In a broader view, the industry is gargantuan, one that is big business with worldwide demand for halal consumer products reported to be worth some US$2.5 trillion (RM9.8 trillion) in 2015.
Halal hub in Iskandar
Now, imagine Malaysia on the world map, with the world’s leading halal bio-based and herbal-based park as the global halal hub right here in Iskandar Malaysia. This is exactly what United Malayan Land Berhad (UMLand) has planned for Johor Halal Park (JHP), situated within the Eastern Gate Development of the said region.
Category Iskandar Property, Johor Bahru, Singapore | Tags: Biodiversity Corporation, china, Eastern Gate Development, Europe, HALAL, Halal industry, Halal Park Development, Halmas, Japan, JHP, Johor Biotechnology, Mohd Noor Salam, Pasir Gudang, Pembangunan Ekonomi Negeri, Plus Highway, Senai Airport, Senai-Desaru Expressway, South Korea, Taiwan, Tanjung Langsat Port, Tentu Teguh Sdn Bhd, UMLand, UMLand Group, Wan Amir Jeffrey Wan Abdul Majid