Essential businesses yet to get approval may register with CIMS from 8am Tuesday (June 1)


PETALING JAYA: All businesses and economic sectors which are allowed to operate during the lockdown can request for approval letters through the one-stop-centre via the Covid-19 Intelligent Management System (CIMS) 3.0, says the International Trade and Industries Ministry (Miti).

In a statement, Miti said businesses which are allowed to operate but yet to get approval to do so may apply through notification.miti.gov.my.

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