NCER boasts over RM3 Billion in investments

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After creating the Northern Corridor Economic Region (NCER) in 2009 to spur economic development in the region, Malaysia is pleased to announce that it has already seen RM3.23 billion in investment from private industries this year.  It brings total investment to about RM10.71 billion since it’s inception.  About 18,000 jobs have been created for locals. Tourism, agriculture, manufacturing, and logistics are the key industries driving the economic expansion.  The goal is to produce a GNI of RM13.03 billion by 2020, when Malaysia’s grand Economic Transition Programme is set to fulfill its goal of ushering Malaysia into developed-nation status.

 

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After creating the Northern Corridor Economic Region (NCER) in 2009 to spur economic development in the region, Malaysia is pleased to announce that it has already seen RM3.23 billion in investment from private industries this year.  It brings total investment to about RM10.71 billion since it’s inception.  About 18,000 jobs have been created for locals. Tourism, agriculture, manufacturing, and logistics are the key industries driving the economic expansion.  The goal is to produce a GNI of RM13.03 billion by 2020, when Malaysia’s grand Economic Transition Programme is set to fulfill its goal of ushering Malaysia into developed-nation status.

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After creating the Northern Corridor Economic Region (NCER) in 2009 to spur economic development in the region, Malaysia is pleased to announce that it has already seen RM3.23 billion in investment from private industries this year.  It brings total investment to about RM10.71 billion since it’s inception.  About 18,000 jobs have been created for locals. Tourism, agriculture, manufacturing, and logistics are the key industries driving the economic expansion.  The goal is to produce a GNI of RM13.03 billion by 2020, when Malaysia’s grand Economic Transition Programme is set to fulfill its goal of ushering Malaysia into developed-nation status.

 

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