The first day of the Movement Control Order 2.0 saw Eco World Development Group calling off its proposed merger with UEM Sunrise Bhd. Separately, Bantuan Prihatin Nasional Phase 2 payment will be made starting Jan 21.
Joseph Yeoh, vice-president of YTL Land & Development, is confident brick and mortar outlets will thrive as Taiwan’s eslite bookstore to be The Starhill’s anchor tenant in 2022.
Should people be allowed to conduct business from homes? Are residents prepared for business activities in their neighbourhoods? There’s a fine line between supporting livelihoods while maintaining peace in the neighbourhood.
Three Sabah districts – Kota Kinabalu, Penampang and Putatan – will enter Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) from 12.01am on Wednesday, joining Lahad Datu, Tawau, Kunak and Semporna which are under Targeted Enhanced MCO (TEMCO) until Oct 12. Businesses will be severely affected and Sabahans are hoping the government will consider reintroducing moratorium for loans.
Local premier chocolate manufacturer Benns Ethicoa is looking to increase its local market share as the Covid-19 pandemic eats into its overseas market.
Sweating it out in gyms is safer than grocery shopping as equipment disinfected regularly and SOPs strictly observed, say gym operators.
The lackadaisical attitude of some businesses and the public in adhering to SOPs may derail Malaysia’s fight to be free of Covid-19.
More small and medium-sized enterprise owners are making themselves heard as the Covid-19 outbreak has severely disrupted their cash flow, forcing them to trim their workforce or go bust.
A recent trip back to Malaysia was an eye-opener for Jennifer Lee as Malaysians were using e-wallets and tapping their Wave credit cards while Americans still prefer chip credit cards and signing receipts.