Food traders now work from home


Johor Baru City Businessmen and Traders Association says business is down by 50% to 70% since March last year. — Filepic

A MAJORITY of food operators in downtown Johor Baru have become home-based as they can no longer afford to pay rental for their premises.

Johor Baru City Businessmen and Traders Association (JBCBTA) president Roland Lim Chin Eng said business was down by 50% to 70% since March last year.

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