Businesses want to catch up and make up for lost time

LANGKAWI: Having suffered practically zero income in the last eight months, cruise boat operator Hamiezuar Hamizan is looking forward to making up for lost time.

“I’m happy that the government has allowed Langkawi to reopen for visitors. It has been a very tough period, but I’m hoping for a positive end to the year,” he said.

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