Congratulation to Johor, Malaysia, Mr. Li and Shu Daxia signed the contract successfully!
Johor (Malay: Johor) is one of the thirteen states in Malaysia. The capital is Johor Bahru (transliteration “Johor Bahru”), the Imperial City of Muar. Johor is located in the southernmost tip of western Malaysia, with the South China Sea to the east, the Malacca Strait to the west, and Singapore to the south across the Strait of Johor. Covering an area of 19,016 square kilometers, 3,742,200 (including 357,200 foreigners, 2018), it has jurisdiction over 10 counties.
Johor’s most important economic activities are service industry, manufacturing and agriculture. The state government has established the Iskandar Malaysia Special Economic Zone in Malaysia and the Comprehensive Oil Refining and Petrochemical Development Plan (RAPID) in Bengkalan. Johor’s per capita GDP in 2016 was RM31,952, which was lower than Malaysia’s per capita GDP of RM38,887.
Johor is sunny all year round and belongs to the tropical rain forest climate. It has many historical buildings and cultural relics, islands, golf courses, and theme parks. On January 31, 2003, Kukup Island, Tanjung Piai, and Pulai River in Johor were listed as “internationally important wetlands” by the Ramsar Convention.