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(Placename) a state of Malaysia, on the S Malay Peninsula: mostly forested, with large swamps; bauxite- and iron-mining. Capital: Johore Bahru. Pop: 2 740 625 (2000). Area: 18 986 sq km (7331 sq miles)
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(dʒəˈhɔr, -ˈhoʊr)

a state in Malaysia, on S Malay Peninsula. 1,638,229; 7330 sq. mi. (18,985 sq. km).
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The Writers Association of Johor (PPJ) today expressed hope that the state government's decision to have the Johor Islamic Religious Department (JAINJ) and the Johor Islamic Religious Council (MAINJ) use jawi script in all their correspondence next year, will be accepted with an open heart by all quarters, as well as the people.
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As part of commitment to improve services for Indonesian citizens abroad, the Foreign Ministry bought the building for the Consulate General in Johor Bahru, Malaysia on Monday (5/21).
THAILAND-based, ONYX Hospitality Group has been appointed to operate a 207-room property in the Malaysian town of Johor Bahru.
A master plan for the redevelopment of the central district of Johor Bahru, Malaysia, was unveiled for public viewing in February 1997.
The Ministry of Water, Land and Natural Resources expects Johor to no longer be dependent on the supply of treated water from Singapore by 2022, said its Minister Dr Xavier Jayakumar.
The Tunku Mahkota of Johor Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim also ordered the management of water to be boosted other than creating awareness among the people on the proper use of water.
Taxi drivers and drivers with e-hailing companies may be roped to help the state government in its Visit Johor Year 2020 campaign.
The Johor Youth Council has cast doubt on Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman's sincerity in helping the southern state following the Muar MP's penchant for posting his photos with certain state and national leaders on social media.
Norul Haszarul Abu Samah has been suspended as Johor Bersatu Youth chief - believed for not toeing the ruling party's line.