Budget 2021: Fashion industry welcomes Shop Malaysia Online allocation

The help is seen as something the fashion industry in the country requires. Photo: Moda

Malaysian fashion designers welcome the move by the government in encouraging the purchase of local products via Budget 2021, as well as the initiative to help entrepreneurs in the country move to e-commerce.

“It’s a good move, ” comments Bon Zainal, president of the Bumiputra Designers Association. “The local market is small and we still have to trade abroad, but this is really a good start.”

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