MUI’s transformation journey


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PETALING JAYA: The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted businesses for the entire 2020, even more so for Malayan United Industries Bhd (MUI), which has been trying to forge a turnaround since 2018.

Being involved primarily in the retail, hospitality and property businesses, it is to no surprise that MUI was adversely affected this year, besides Covid-19’s attempt in thwarting its transformation plans.

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