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CHEAP and adulterated liquor has become a thriving trade in Klang as the business has mushroomed in Pulau Indah, Kapar, Sentosa and Meru where it targets foreign workers in light industrial areas.
HAWKERS at the morning market along Jalan Merak, Puchong Jaya in Selangor, were pleased to resume business after three months of closure under the movement control order (MCO).
WHILE there are some city folks who welcome Kuala Lumpur City Hall’s (DBKL) decision to not accept any more new applications from restaurants and bars to sell liquor, there are also many who feel that the announcement is merely another “knee-jerk reaction” by the authorities responding to publicity on accidents caused by drunk drivers.
TRADERS at Pasar Borong Kuala Lumpur are willing to offer benefits to Malaysian workers if they are committed.
ABOUT 30% of open-air morning and night markets in Selangor have reopened following the implementation of the recovery movement control order (MCO).
AROUND 100 needy families received assistance from the Taiping Heritage Society.
PETALING JAYA: Night and morning markets under the Petaling Jaya City Hall (MBPJ) will reopen starting June 22 and June 23 respectively.
MALAYSIANS are finding new ways to respond to the financial crunch caused by business closures during the movement control order (MCO).
AFTER not being allowed to operate for almost three months, morning and night market traders in the Klang Valley are heaving a sigh of relief now that they have received the official nod to resume business under the recovery movement control order (MCO).