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PETALING JAYA: With no lorries allowed to transport flowers out of the farms, the lockdown has severely affected the livelihood of farmers as they are forced to throw away their fresh produce.
PETALING JAYA: The longer than usual rainy spell has caused the price of vegetables to soar, in some cases by over 100%, it was revealed.
IPOH: The prolonged rainy spell has severely impacted the production of vegetables at Cameron Highlands, causing prices of produce to go up.
THE Covid-19 pandemic has left a devastating impact on the economy, bringing everything to a screeching halt with the movement control order putting paid to many industries not considered as essential.
IPOH: Forced to throw away tonnes of their flowers at the start of the movement control order (MCO), 150 floriculturists in Cameron Highlands are seeing businesss blooming again.
IPOH: Following weeks of difficulty in transporting their produce due to the movement control order (MCO), vegetable growers in Cameron Highlands are now heaving a sigh of relief.
PETALING JAYA: Flowers that are often associated with love and affection have had little use during the movement control order (MCO) period, resulting in tonnes being thrown away.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): To lower the influence of the novel coronavirus epidemic on business, Chinese flower merchants are taking active steps to find a way out through both flower imports and exports and domestic sales while seeking to maintain a positive frame of mind during the special period.