Malaysia Vision Valley

WHat is Malaysian vision valley (mvv)?

Malaysia Vision Valley (MVV) is an integrated economic region complementing the development of Greater Kuala Lumpur and the National Conurbation. A new growth area located in the state of Negeri Sembilan. Now known as MVV 2.0, it is a state-led private sector-driven development envisioned to be a world-class metropolis that is Competitive, Inclusive and Clean. Driven by Public-Private Partnerships, MVV 2.0 aspires to deliver economic impact to Malaysia by bringing in international and local investors, creating job and business opportunities. The overall development spans across 379,087 acres (153,411 hectares) of land covering Districts of Seremban and Port Dickson.

The development is part of the National Physical Plan (NPP), where it has been identified as one of the 17 Promoted Development Zones to be given priority at national level. It is also part of the State Structure Plan (SSP), aimed at positioning the Seremban and Port Dickson districts as extensions of Greater Kuala Lumpur.

MVV 2.0 aims to position itself as a global player by taking full advantage of the positive spillover effects of the growth of Greater Kuala Lumpur, minimizing the competition effect of the much stronger urban core of Greater Kuala Lumpur. Launched on the 13th December 2018 by the YAB. Menteri Besar of Negeri Sembilan, the development will focus on more on economic growth and jobs creation concentrating more towards the green and clean technology and manufacturing based industries that delivers inclusiveness, competitiveness and sustainability to the people, economy and environment.

The launch also saw the unveiling of the Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) for MVV 2.0 and the publicity for its local plan. The CDP defines the growth development plan for MVV 2.0, along with its catalytic development focus, economic & social benefits and sustainability and environmental aspirations. The CDP also prioritises various aspects of economy, environment and social development within the MVV 2.0 development area. This is in ensuring that the implementation and execution of MVV will be done in a holistic approach, benefiting all people and businesses as it grow.

The whole development will be facilitated by a state-led agency, MVV Secretariat which act as the governing body in ensuring that the development follows the guidelines and initiatives that has been outlined in the CDP MVV 2.0. Focusing on four economic drivers which are the High Technology Manufacturing, Wellness Tourism, Skill-Based Education & Research, and Specialised Services.