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  2. MSC Malaysia - Wikipedia

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    The Multimedia Super Corridor is a government-designated zone in designed to leapfrog Malaysia into the information and knowledge age. It aims to attract companies with temporary tax breaks and facilities such as high-speed Internet access and proximity to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport . MSC Malaysia covers an area of approximately 15 ...

  3. National Grid (Malaysia) - Wikipedia

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    The 500 kV transmission system is the single largest transmission system to be ever developed in Malaysia. Begun in 1994, Phase 1 involved the design and construction of the 500kV overhead lines from Gurun, Kedah in the North along the west coast to Kapar, in the central region and from Pasir Gudang to Yong Peng in the south of Peninsular Malaysia.

  4. Malaysian National Projects - Wikipedia

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    Malaysian National Projects. Malaysian National Projects are major national and giant projects which are important in the development of Malaysia . This is a list of national projects from Malaysian independence in 1957 to the present.

  5. 1996 in Malaysia - Wikipedia

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    12 February – The Multimedia Super Corridor was established. 2 March – The body of the Malay Sarawakian nationalist Rosli Dhobie was brought back from Kuching Central Prison to Sibu. 6 March – The Perodua Rusa, Malaysian first domestically manufactured van was launched. 29–31 March – 1996 Malaysian motorcycle Grand Prix

  6. Tanjung Karang - Wikipedia

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    Tanjong Karang is a mukim in Kuala Selangor District, Selangor, Malaysia. It is loosely translated into English as the "Cape of Corals". It is loosely translated into English as the "Cape of Corals". Tanjong Karang town is divided by the Sungai Tengi at the middle but connected with a bridge.

  7. Kuala Lumpur International Airport - Wikipedia

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    It was created as part of the Multimedia Super Corridor, a grand development plan for Malaysia. The chief architect who designed the new airport terminal was the Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa. [4] Upon KLIA's completion, Subang Airport's Terminal 1 building was demolished.

  8. Cyberjaya - Wikipedia

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    Cyberjaya. Cyberjaya (a portmanteau of cyber and Putrajaya) is a city with a science park as the core that forms a key part of the Multimedia Super Corridor in Malaysia. It is located in Sepang District, Selangor. Cyberjaya is adjacent to, and developed along with Putrajaya, Malaysia's government seat.