CMCO: Bookshops more prepared, but still face sales challenges

  • Books
  • Saturday, 24 Oct 2020

A Word Affair In Taman Desa bookshop in KL is prepared take on a more active online presence if the conditional MCO is extended. - Handout

While bookshops in the Klang Valley are allowed to operate under the terms of the ongoing conditional movement control order (MCO), many of them are facing challenges, such as a reduced number of customers.

What are the long-term plans in these uncertain pandemic times?

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