KUALA LUMPUR (April 24): The Cement & Concrete Association of Malaysia (C&CA) has lauded the government’s decision to allow cement plants to resume operations, saying the industry has been suffering massive losses for the last two years with the Covid-19 pandemic exacerbating the situation.
PETALING JAYA: Those who are wish apply to travel back to major cities can do so using the Gerak Malaysia app or at the nearest police station from April 25, said Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob according to a Star report today.
KUALA LUMPUR (April 15): The Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce (MCCC) wants the government to give optical shops the option to continue operations during the third phase of the Movement Control Order (MCO).
PETALING JAYA: A hairstylist association disagrees with the government’s move to allow barbershops and salons to resume service during the movement control order (MCO) period, Free Malaysia Today (FMT) reported today.
PETALING JAYA (April 10): A number of services, including hair salons, hardware and electronics shops will now be allowed to operate under the movement control order (MCO) subject to strict conditions, Free Malaysia Today (FMT) reported today.
KUALA LUMPUR (April 10): The Malaysian government, which announced today that it will extend its partial lockdown till April 28, has agreed that selected economic sectors will be allowed to resume operations in stages, under strict movement control order and healthcare guidelines.
KUALA LUMPUR (April 8): The government is mulling to allow some of the non-essential businesses, especially those from manufacturing and services sectors, in green zones and areas with zero death cases to resume operations, Sinchew Daily reported today.
KUALA LUMPUR (March 27): The Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) has received requests from some 9,290 applicants from various manufacturing industries for normal operations during the Movement Control Order (MCO).
KUALA LUMPUR (March 27): In line with Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM)’s decision to grant an automatic moratorium on loan payments for six months following the escalation of the fallout of Covid-19, Malaysian banks are doing their bit by announcing that they will not compound interest and profit rates on their loans.