Employment dilemma


Even if a new MCO is only targeted at Selangor, considering its four-digit daily cases, experts said the national economy would suffer as the state contributes nearly a quarter of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP).

PETALING JAYA: Amid skyrocketing Covid-19 cases in Malaysia, various industry groups have spoken on the impact on businesses should stricter standard operating procedure (SOP) be implemented, with employment being a key concern.

Business chambers and manufacturers have been making known their worries that another round of strict movement restrictions would hurt businesses and reverse the economic recovery achieved over the past several months.

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