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TO help entrepreneurs and traders promote their food products, beverages and goods, Penang Halal International (PHI) has initiated the Sinar Ramadan 2021 Campaign.
THREE shopping centres in Selangor are redoubling their efforts to promote cashless payment options for shoppers and encourage their tenants to make the transition to the digital platform with an in-house-developed shopping portal.
THIS year’s Ramadan bazaars in Petaling Jaya have seen a drop in the number of stalls — by 50% — following Petaling Jaya City Council’s (MBPJ) decision to limit vendors to control the crowd.
AN IPOH City Council (MBI) worker has won RM20,000 cash in the council’s lucky draw for ratepayers who paid up their assessment.
CUSTOMERS of Ramadan bazaars under Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) will receive cash vouchers worth RM10 if they bring their own food containers and bags to pack their purchases.
Adopting a sustainable lifestyle and being financially literate are crucial to saving the environment.
THE Penang Smart Parking (PSP) system has brought in RM16.4mil in revenue to both local councils since its inception in August 2019.
THE Seberang Prai City Council (MBSP) collected RM96.6mil in assessment fees during a three-month promotion period which ended in February.
Markets in Singapore are known for their cleanliness. Animals are slaughtered in slaughterhouses, not in the market, so no bad odour or stench develops at the market. A variety of fresh goods are sold at reasonable prices and stalls accept cashless payment methods.