SMEs badly hit by outbreak


GEORGE TOWN: Plans by local manufacturers, especially small and medium-sized businesses, to ship cargo valued millions of ringgit to their customers worldwide are now in limbo due to the disruption in production from the Covid-19 viral outbreak.

Small and Medium Enterprises Association Malaysia secretary S.H. Yeoh said electronics manufacturers faced raw material shortage due to the disruption of the supply chain in China, making it necessary for them to defer production schedules.

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