Affected by the epidemic, more than 30,000 companies in Malaysia closed down from March to September
On the 9th local time, Malaysia’s Minister of Enterprise and Cooperative Development Wangzu Naidi stated that according to the data provided by the Malaysian Companies Commission, since the implementation of the Anti-epidemic Control Order in Malaysia on March 18, there were 32,469 companies as of September And the business closed down during this period. Among them, August was the month in which companies and merchants announced the most bankruptcies, with 17,800 bankruptcies.
In addition, most of the businesses that ended their business were small and micro enterprises, accounting for more than 70%of the total number of bankruptcies. (Headquarters reporter Xu Quanle)
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