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PUTRAJAYA: Letters from relevant ministries and agencies with expiry on June 14 will still be accepted by the police until the end of the extension of nationwide lockdown on June 28, says the Home Minister.
PUTRAJAYA: Letters from relevant ministries and agencies which expire on June 14 will still be accepted by the police until the end of the extended nationwide lockdown on June 28, says the Home Ministry.
Letters from relevant ministries, agencies accepted at roadblocks for essential service workers from Tuesday (June 8), says IGP
KUALA LUMPUR: Only letters from the relevant ministries and agencies are permitted at roadblocks for those in the essential services starting Tuesday (June 8), says Datuk Seri Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Timber Council (MTC) has allocated a development fund of RM28.3 million to boost the competitiveness of the timber industry, said the Plantation Industries and Commodities Ministry (MPIC).
From DATUK DAUD AMATZIN, A smallholder professional planter Kajang.
ISKANDAR PUTERI: The Plantation Industries and Commodities Ministry wants to see greater usage of the nature-friendly kenaf building system (KBS) among developers as the main material to build houses in Malaysia.
PETALING JAYA: With the additional funds allocated to the Plantation Industries and Commodities Ministry, its Minister Datuk Dr Mohd Khairuddin Aman Razali believes that this year's palm oil export of RM75bil will be met.
The implementation of the country’s economic recovery initiatives, including the recently-launched national vaccination programme, would further enhance the industry.
PONTIAN: The Plantation Industries and Commodities Ministry will take the best possible measures to help industry players, including smallholders, affected by the current hot spell.
KUALA LUMPUR: A total of RM30mil of the collection from the palm oil cess that has increased by RM2 to RM16 from RM14 per tonne will complement the RM30mil matching grant allocated to the industry by the government under Budget 2021