Singapore`s position, long defended by foreign ministers, is that Malaysia has lost the right to review water prices under the 1962 water agreement. Malaysian Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah told the Nikkei Asian Review that a new sale price for raw water will be finalised by the relevant authorities and that Singapore will soon be proposed. Singapore and Malaysia have signed four agreements on the supply of water from beyond the cause. The first quantity of water signed in 1927 is no longer in effect.1 Water imported from Malaysia under the other three agreements signed in 1961, 1962 and 1990 covers about half of Singapore`s water needs.2 However, this amount was reduced after the 1961 Pact expired in August 2011. The government also stated that Singapore could be self-sufficient in water until the 1962 and 1990 agreements expired in 2061.31927 AgreementFover 5 December 1927, this agreement was signed between the municipal commissioners of the city of Singapore and Sultan Ibrahim of the State and territories of Johor. It allowed Singapore to lease 2,100 ac (8.5 km2) of land to Gunong Pulai to deliver raw water from the region to Singapore. An annual rent of 30 sen per hectare (for 4,047 m2) was paid on land, but the water was free. Johor set aside an additional 64.7 km2 of land and said he was prepared not to alienate part of the country without the agreement of the Singaporean commissioners for the next 21 years. They had to terminate the Johor government and pay an annual rent of 5 dollars per hectare.5 , Could Johor 800,000 gallons (3,637 m) of water treated every day from Singapore at a rate of 25 sen per 1,000 gallons (by 4.55 m) 6 If Johor needed more treated water after 1929, the quantity delivered could be increased, but only up to 1,200,000 gallons (5,455 Cu m) per day.71961 Accord The Tebrau and Scudai Rivers Water Agreement was made between the Singapore State Council and the State Government of Johor.8 Although the agreement was formalized on 2. On October 1, 1961, it came into force on September 1, 1999. Malaya was an independent nation.10 The 1927 agreement was annulled in this document.11The agreement gave Singapore the full and exclusive right to withdraw all water from inside the designated country at Gunong Pulai. , Sungei Tebrau and Sungei Scudai for a period of 50 years until 2011.12 Singapore should benefit from an annual rent of RM5 per hectare for land and a tax of 3 sen for every 1,000 gallons of raw water, 13 Singapore also agreed to provide Johor with a daily supply of treated water of up to 12 per cent of the raw water it drew.

subject to a minimum amount of four million gallons (18,184 Cum) and a price of 50 cents per 1,000 gallons. If the 12 per cent provided by Singapore were not enough, Johor could request the supply of more treated water.141962 AccordThe Johor River Water Agreement was concluded on 29 15 Valid for 99 years until 2061, the agreement gave Singapore the right to remove 250 million gallons of water per day (1.14 million cubic meters) from the Johor River.16 In exchange , the agreement gave Singapore the right to draw 250 million gallons of water per day (1.14 million cubic metres) from the Johor River. 250 million gallons of water per day (1.14 million cubic metres) were removed from the Johor River.16 In return, the agreement gave Singapore the right to 250 million gallons of water per day (1.14 million cubic metres) to exit the Johor River.16 In return, the agreement gave Singapore the right to remove 250 million gallons of water per day (1.14 million cubic metres) from the Johor River.16 In exchange, In exchange for Singapore , the agreement gave Singapore the right to draw the right to draw 250 million gallons of water per day (1.14 million cubic metres). In return, the agreement entitled Singapore 250 million gallons of water per day (1.14 million cubic metres) for supplies to the Johor River.16 In return, the agreement entitled Singapore to 250 million gallons of water per day (1.14 million cubic metres) for supplies from the Johor River.16 In return, the agreement gave Singapore the right to purchase 250 million gallons of water per day (1.14 million cubic metres) from the Johor River.16 Johor was entitled to a daily supply of Singapore`s treated water up to two per cent of the raw water it supplied.17Singapur