With relaxation of MCO, Putrajaya says will allow business travellers back into country

Kuala Lumpur, 4 March 2021 - The government is moving to slowly reopen Malaysia to business travellers, after most of the country is slated to enter the recovery movement control order this week. The Malaysian Investment Development Authority (Mida) said Putrajaya welcomes the entry of business travellers to carry out business operations amid the Covid-19 pandemic. “Both short and long-term business travellers may apply for entry permission to enter the country via Malaysia’s Safe Travel portal, which is a part of the One Stop Centre (OSC) initiative,” it said in a statement. For short-term business travellers, defined as those who do not hold...

COVID-19 vaccine, the best way to stimulate economy

Kuala Lumpur, 26 February 2021 - The availability of the COVID-19 vaccine in the country is considered the best way to boost economic growth. Malaysian...

Best of the Best: Malaysia’s 100 elite brands were awarded the Reader’s Digest Trusted...

Kuala Lumpur, 25 February 2021- Reader’s Digest has launched a virtual celebration to acknowledge its latest Malaysia Trusted Brands and personality award winners. More...

Chubb Launches MY Smart Car Insurance for Low Mileage Drivers in Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR, 25 February 2021 – Chubb announced today the launch of MY Smart Car Insurance, a flexible, yet comprehensive mileage-based car insurance product...

More than 800,000 have registered for Covid-19 vaccine

Kuala Lumpur, 25 February 2021 - More than 800,000 people have registered for the Covid-19 vaccine. "As of 5pm today, the vaccination registration count stands at...

Startupbootcamp Scale Osaka Cohort #2 Demo Day

Osaka, 25 February 2020 – Demo Day, the closing event for the Startupbootcamp Scale Osaka program, offers the nine startups who joined the program...