“Maybe they have served their purpose 20 years ago and it is not relevant to run those again. It is not about getting rid of people; those people can be retrained and re-employed and resources can be put to better use and be more efficient.”
During a virtual press conference by the Penang Manufacturing Advisory Council, Dr David Lacey, who is president of the Free Industrial Zone, Penang, Companies' Association (Frepenca), said if there is a further tightening of MCO rules, it will further impact output, revenue and exports. “So we are really at the limit (threshold) in the current MCO 3.0,” Lacey said.
Its City of Elmina, Serenia City, Serini, The Ridge and Senada developments contributed to the higher earnings in the property development segment.
The test is a non-invasive, accurate and affordable solution that can generate results within a minute.
Amcham Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Siobhan Das said such an approach does not take into account the lessons learnt and infrastructure put in place since last year, and would have an immediate negative impact on the already hard-hit local economy
The Ministry of Health said this will be on a “first-come, first-serve” basis with limited slots. The bookings are open to senior citizens in Johor, Pinang, Kuala Lumpur, Sarawak and Selangor.
Hong Leong group moves 27% stake in Eco World International from flagship company in restructuring exercise
Hong Leong Company and HL Holdings Sdn Bhd have ceased to be substantial shareholders of EWI, according to filings with Bursa Malaysia today.
Selangor contributed to 2,082 of the new cases today.
Mall operators are confused as the government initially yesterday (May 8) evening announced that the three-day closure would start today (May 9) before revising the date to tomorrow (May 10) shortly before midnight yesterday (May 8).