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Planned ecosystem needed for 3rd national car hub - Redzuan

Bernama  |  Published:  |  Modified:

The formation of a planned ecosystem is important to ensure the third national car project hub can be developed in Malacca, specifically Alor Gajah, says Entrepreneur Development Minister Mohd Redzuan Md Yusof.

Redzuan said a good ecosystem would not only be able to attract more investors, but would also facilitate the implementation of the project.

"(It’s) up to the Malacca government as to how to create a good ecosystem to guarantee its qualification to become the production hub for the country’s third national car project.

"The ecosystem covers various aspects including facilities and incentives for investors, workers, expertise, logistics, power sources and water tariff," he said after officiating at the launch of Binary University’s Corporate Social Responsibility Programme in Alor Gajah today.

Advantages in Alor Gajah

Redzuan said this to reporters when asked to comment on the latest developments in the third national car project, particularly on the Malacca government’s application to become the production hub for the project.

The Alor Gajah MP said that his constituency was poised to become the third national car production hub due to its strategic location, and also because it houses Honda’s car manufacturing facility.

The area has many advantages or various sources especially experienced manpower who can share their knowledge and expertise to make the project a success.

"Many advantages or benefits can be enjoyed if Malacca, specifically Alor Gajah, is selected as the third national car production hub especially in the aspects of local and state economic development.

"However, it depends on the federal government’s decision based on evaluation or factors for consideration especially the ecosystem," he said.

Meanwhile, he said to date, most of the companies that have shown interest in the third national car project were local companies with various areas of expertise or niche expertise in engineering and technology.

He said based on the information or corporate profiles received, their expertise would enable the creation of a complete engineering industry to realise the aspiration of the government in implementing the car project.

- Bernama

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