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Malaysia is going to be a developed country by 2020 pretty well now,for this video I just include some of the projects the others project that I do not put on this video because extremely crazy development by government and private.Also video has a tallest building and public transportation as well as facilities to create a new connection through this country and changing the economy,infrastructures,technologies,education,business,job vacancy,industries,increase exports and others simultaneously today.the date I put on based on official launched the projects and the costs based on the news,blogs and official website.More projects will comes IF ANY MISTAKES ON THIS VIDEO OR INFO PLEASE COMMENT BELOW Thank you for watch the video PLEASE SUBSCRIBE https://youtu.be/89o5UrbRciE
National Geographic Documentary Megastructures - MRT Malaysia Urban Diggers - BBC Documentary History MRT ( Mass Rapid Transit ) (Malaysia) https://goo.gl/uDLrfr Mass Rapid Transit, better known with its acronym "MRT") is a planned 3-line mass rapid transit system in the Greater Kuala Lumpur (part of Klang Valley region) conurbation in Malaysia. It envisages a "wheel and spoke" concept comprising two northeast-southwest radial lines and one circle line looping around Kuala Lumpur. The MRT lines, when completed, will be operated as components of the Klang Valley Public Transport System. The "MRT" will not only significantly increase the current inadequate rail network but will also serve to integrate the existing rail networks and alleviate the severe traffic congestion in the Greater KL...
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As it develops into a true cosmopolitan hub, Greater KL continues to offer exciting prospects for multinational companies seeking a foothold in the flourishing Asian region, in tandem with Malaysia’s transformation. Greater KL’s advantageous business ecosystem include the city’s world-class connectivity and excellent road, rail, sea and air infrastructure. Find out what top business leaders from Shell, Turner International, and more have to say about Greater KL’s game-changing infrastructure development.
With low commodity prices, an exodus of foreign funds, a slumping currency and financial scandals, it's been a rough year for Malaysia but things are turning around. The World Economic Forum now ranks Malaysia among the 20 most competitive countries in the world, beating out Australia(21th), Ireland(24th) and South Korea(26th). The country scored particularly highly in how it facilitates trade and manages its financial markets. Over the past five years, the government has been working to trim red tape, identify key growth areas and boost private investment under what it calls its Economic Transformation Programme. CCTV's Rian Maelzer reports from Kuala Lumpur.
► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs From outdated, overcapacity ports to stalled road and rail projects, Indonesia's infrastructure is in a sorry state. The resulting traffic jams and transportation delays affect everyone from local commuters to international investors. The government has grand designs to build new roads, airports and metro systems but endemic corruption and red tape stand in the way. Indonesia will have to up its game if it is to fulfill its potential as on of the world's hottest emerging markets. Ben Bland reports. For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video
Malaysia’s rapid urbanization has led to increased levels of road congestion. Improving urban transportation is essential to reducing the high costs of traffic, boosting economic growth, and improving people’s lives. Read more: http://www.worldbank.org/malaysia
Malaysia is thoroughly prepared to decide on the introduction of nuclear power, based on an assessment initiated by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). According to Minister in the PM’s Department Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri, the final report of the Integrated Nuclear Infrastructure Review (INIR) Mission Phase 1 will be tabled to the Cabinet by next week.
http://www.weforum.org/ Learning from the Best in ASEAN Infrastructure Despite ASEAN’s huge infrastructure deficit, the region is also notching up notable successes. How can regional players learn from these examples and build a sustainable investment climate for the future?On the agenda:- Identify key success factors in regional infrastructure- Apply the lessons to the rest of the region- Examine the role of the public and private sectors in dismantling roadblocksThis session was developed in partnership with Channel NewsAsia. · Stephen P. Groff, Vice-President, East Asia, South-East Asia and the Pacific, Asian Development Bank, Manila · Chris Heathcote, Chief Executive Officer, Global Infrastructure Hub, Australia · Uwe Krüger, Chief Executive Officer, WS Atkins, United Kingdom · Li...
THIS IS A VIDEO OF THE TOP 10 OF THE BEST UNIVERSITIES IN MALAYSIA IN 2016 I HOPE YOU LIKE IT, SOON I WILL UPLOAD MORE VIDEOS LIKE THIS! PLEASE SUBSCRIBE!!! :) ESTE ES UN VIDEO DE TOP 10 SOBRE LAS MEJORES UNIVERSIDADES EN MALASIA EN EL AÑO 2016, ESPERO QUE LES GUSTE, PRONTO SUBIRE MÁS VIDEOS COMO ESTE. PORFAVOR SUSCRÍBETE!!! :)
PwC Malaysia executive director Andrew Chan Yik Hong talks about the future of infrastructure in Malaysia, addressing pertinent issues like the key projects in the pipeline, what's top on the government's list of priorities, and how these projects should be funded.
The concept of cutting a canal through the Kra Peninsula in southern Thailand has been a conception in the minds of visionary thinkers for hundreds of years. In the early 1980s, it nearly came to fruition, as associates of Lyndon LaRouche, including especially Pakdee Tanapura of Thailand, mobilized leaders of the Thai government, American scientific institutions, Japan’s Mitsubishi Global Infrastructure Fund (GIF), and leaders from every major country in the region (except Singapore and China) to two conferences in Bangkok dedicated to implementing this great project to unite the Pacific and Indian Ocean Basins via a canal. But the British Empire has repeatedly, throughout history, acted to stop the building of the Kra Canal – both because they wanted to maintain the strategic ...
South Korea wants to transfer its technology over to Malaysia, but only if it wins the bid for the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore high-speed rail (HSR) project. Some of the things the country's Land, Infrastructure and Transport Minister Kang Hoin talked about on Tuesday included low building costs, operational knowledge and their HSR technology. However, South Korea can't promise anything specific just yet, as tenders for the project have not yet opened, though Malaysia and Singapore are likely to sign an agreement over the project soon.