SEVERAL initiatives have been planned for traders in Perak to help them sustain their business in the long term.
The initiatives are a joint effort between the Malaysian Productivity Corporation (MPC) and related government agencies in the state.
MPC director-general Datuk Abdul Latif Abu Seman said the initiatives included facilitating the ease of doing businesses in the state by providing “ready to business” packages.
“MPC will provide an online virtual advisory clinic platform for traders affected by Covid-19, as part of efforts to help them on a one-to-one basis to rebuild their business and identify difficulties faced.
“In addition, recognition and awards for the public and private sectors in the state will be introduced for those active and productive in facilitating rules and regulations for local traders to do their business.
Abdul Latif said in a statement that the programme also involved cooperation from state agencies such as Invest Perak and state Economic Planning Unit.
“Such initiatives are not only being done in Perak, but will also be carried out nationwide as well, ” he added.
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