PETALING JAYA: Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Perak (PKNPk), in line with the Perak Sejahtera 2030 blueprint, will be driving transformative initiatives in the state via strategic property developments as a catalyst for economic impact and job creation.

In a statement, PKNPk said it will be spearheading the Perak Sejahtera 2030 blueprint via nine flagship programmes worth RM500mil to spur socio-economic growth.

The initiatives will comprise responsible mining, investor friendly programmes, renewable energy, maritime and ports, the development of a digital economy, championing vulnerable groups, the development of a technical and vocational education and training corridor programme, a Perak Sejahtera housing development project and an “experience” economy spotlighting the attractiveness of the state of Perak as a tourist destination.

“In driving Perak’s appeal, PKNPk recognises the need to facilitate business opportunities for potential investors. Improving the ease of doing business index and soft-landing options are among PKNPk’s key thrusts in shaping Perak’s prosperous future.

“PKNPk’s role via Perak Sejahtera 2030 extends beyond direct economic gains. With a view to creating a multiplier impact, Perak and Perakians stand to benefit from greater financial opportunities, investments, elevating social standards and contributing to comprehensive societal advancement.”

Additionally, PKNPk said the emphasis on sustainable industrial development underscores its dedication to a greener and sustainable future growth for Perak.

“Encompassing a comprehensive range of nine flagship programmes aimed at propelling the state’s socio-economic advancement throughout the 10-year plan, PKNPk is actively driving key initiatives in creating socioeconomic growth to the tune of half a billion ringgit, living up its role as the state’s engine of growth.

“PKNPk’s flagship programmes for Perak Sejahtera entail property development, green technology, hospitality and tourism, minerals, digital economy, ports and logistics.”

Source : The Star Online