Amid pandemic, direct selling industry grew by 20% last year


PETALING JAYA: While most business sectors have been badly impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, direct selling grew by about 20% last year over 2019.

Direct Selling Association of Malaysia (DSAM) president Datuk Tan Chong Guan said the sector recorded sales of RM21.5bil last year while recruitment increased to four million from 3.3 million.

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