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14 August 2020

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·     Market analysts observe sharp decline in local manufacturing sector due to Covid-19 restrictions (Malay Mail, 4 May 2020)

·     Human resources minister says Covid-19 employee retention scheme still on (Malay Mail, 1 May 2020)

·     Malaysian Businesses can Reopen on May 4, Prime Minister Says (BenarNews, 4 May 2020)

·     Covid-19: Budget hotels urge Malaysian government for law to help them stay open  (The Star, 28 April 2020)

·     Finance minister: Second phase of Covid-19 relief payout to start May 4 (Malay Mail, 28 April 2020)

·     Hotel business feeling the brunt of the virus impact (New Straits Times, 27 April 2020)

·     Impact of Covid-19 on manufacturers (The Star, 27 April 2020)

·     Stimulus package post-pandemic likely (The Star, 27 April 2020)

·     Government committed to helping SME weather economic challenges (Malay Mail, 25 April 2020)

·     Coronavirus: 58 people who broke Malaysia's stay-at-home order now in temporary prisons (Straits Times, 25 April 2020)

·     Coronavirus: Malaysian workers returning from Singapore cannot self-quarantine anymore (Straits Times, 24 April 2020)

·     Petronas staff contributes RM6.4m to Tabung Covid-19 (The Malaysian Reserve, 24 April 2020)

·     COVID-19: Malaysia extends movement control order for third time until May 12 (CNA, 23 April 2020)

·     Malaysian carriers need to secure funds fast to avoid Covid-19 pandemic impact (New Straits Times, 23 April 2020)

·     World Bank: Malaysia has little space for fiscal response if Covid-19 fallout drags on (Malay Mail, 22 April 2020)

·     Malaysian politician Teresa Kok urges Singapore to provide free COVID-19 testing for Malaysian workers and grant the same benefits as Singaporeans amid COVID-19 pandemic (The Online Citizen, 21 April 2020)

·     PM thanks Malaysian frontliners over world recognition in fight against Covid-19 (Malay Mail, 21 April 2020)

·     Malaysia's airlines need help from government to survive post Covid-19 (AsiaOne, 20 April 2020)

·     List of panel health clinics, hospitals to screen workers for Covid-19 will be released soon, says Socso (The Star, 20 April 2020)

·     Covid-19: Many 3D printers make light work of PPE production for frontliners in Malaysia (The Star, 20 April 2020)

·     Focus on illegal workers, govt urged (The Star, 20 April 2020)

·     Migrant workers toiling to make gloves shouldn’t be forgotten (Malaysia Kini, 19 April 2020)

·     Malaysia's Health Minister blames previous PH govt for failure to contain Covid-19 surge (Straits Times, 18 April 2020)

·     Malaysia: Allow Rohingya Refugees Ashore (Human Rights Watch, 18 April 2020)

·     Covid-19: Eligible hotels in Malaysia to be certified 'clean and safe', says MAH (The Star, 16 April 2020)

·     Sabah working on second Covid-19 stimulus package (Malay Mail, 16 April 2020)

·     Mandatory Covid-19 screening for those returning to work, says Miti (FMT News, 16 April 2020)

·     Asean must act, not just talk, on cooperation post-Covid-19, say experts (FMT News, 16 April 2020)

·     India agrees to sell hydroxychloroquine to Malaysia to help fight Covid-19 (Business Times, 15 April 2020)

·     Govt needs to boost local food production to reduce economic impact of Covid-19, says Tok Mat (The Star, 14 April 2020)

·     COVID-19: Malaysia left with 2 weeks worth of personal protective equipment for hospitals (CNA, 13 April 2020)

·     Johor hopes Singapore will test Malaysian workers for Covid-19 before they return (Straits Times, 13 April 2020)

·     Malaysia's response to Covid-19 ranked fourth strictest in SEA (The Star, 12 April 2020)

·     Airline crew lack Covid-19 safety gear, says union (FMT News, 12 April 2020)

·     Malaysia needs to enact a Covid-19 law to help the economy to recover (The Star, 11 April 2020)

·     Malaysia designates COVID-19 as occupational disease (hrmasia, 8 April 2020)

·     Sacked and abandoned, foreign workers now living in squalor, says MTUC (FMT News, 8 April 2020)

·     MTUC: Stimulus package for SMEs fails to protect workers' job security, those earning between RM 4,000 and RM 8,000 (Malay Mail, 7 April 2020)

·     Make retrenchment illegal to protect workers from lay-offs, says MTUC (MTUC, 7 April 2020)

·     Malaysia Issues Second Stimulus Package to Combat COVID-19: Salient Features (ASEAN Briefing, 7 April 2020)


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