On the other hand, the government will be enforcing EMCO from July 18 to 31 at 13 localities in Kuantan, and Taman Chengal in Temerloh, Pahang, as well as four localities in Selangor, namely Damai Apartment in Damansara, Jalan Pandan Indah in Hulu Langat, Jalan Batu Nilam in Klang, and Taman Samudera in Gombak
To oversee the implementation of strategies and assistance outlined under the plan, and to undertake appropriate and proactive interventions amid the dynamic pandemic situation
Bank Negara Malaysia: Financial conditions remain supportive of growth. Overall, the balance of risks to the growth outlook remains tilted to the downside, due mainly to uncertainty over the path of the pandemic as well as potential risks of heightened financial market volatility
He added that UMNO does not support any effort in naming Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim as a candidate for prime minister, nor will it support any DAP/PH-led government.
MITI said the electrical & electronics (E&E) sector and its supply chains; aerospace sector (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO)); machinery and equipment (M&E) sector for the production of healthcare and food products; as well as key food and beverage manufacturing companies are now allowed to operate in localities subject to the EMCO in Selangor, starting today
Minister warns of imminent collapse of MSME sector that accounts for 40% of GDP if lockdown continues
MEDAC minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar: I am also worried that failure of these MSME businesses due to the prolonged lockdown will create a domino effect, hitting societies hard at the core, leading to a more serious social and economic impact
Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah has been informed of both appointments, which are effective immediately, said PMO
Consortium of four subcontractors stands to lose RM100m amid legal dispute between DASH's turnkey and main contractors
Melima said it was forced to halt construction works on DASH Package CA4 in March this year.
BNM said it will also increase the allocation for the All Economic Sector (AES) Facility, which aims to enhance access to financing for SMEs, by RM2 billion to RM6.5 billion
The ministry said the amount had been deposited into Malaysia’s Assets Recovery Trust Account, adding that the remaining amount will be settled by AmBank in December this year and July 2022, amounting to RM515 million each