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Malaysia’s planned new eco-city

Shannon Roberts | 05 November 2012

Malaysia is planning a new green, energy efficient eco-city called “Iskandar Malaysia”.  The country expects the new development, which covers about 2500 square kilometres, to have 3 million residents by 2025.


The Internet: Apparently it’s a Big Deal.

Marcus Roberts | 27 September 2012

A new report has found that one-third of the world’s population is now online.

 
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