Businesses urged to focus on online platforms

JOHOR BARU: Local businesses have been told to focus on online platforms and cut down on expenditure to help them cope with a stricter version of the movement control order.

Johor Malay Non-governmental Organisations Coalition Council president Zaini Atan (pic) said business owners were told to reduce spending on stock and focus on online in preparation for a stricter MCO 3.0.

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