After being closed for nearly 6 months due to Covid-19, the Johor-Singapore Causeway touted as one of the busiest border crossings with 350,000 travellers daily, has re-opened.
But only 2,060 citizens from both countries are permitted to ply the Causeway daily beginning today, and they have to follow the SOP set by both Singapore and Malaysia.
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Johor MCA together with JIBA and the Johor Consumers Movement Association have jointly set up a task force to assist those who have lost their jobs to find new employment.
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Meanwhile, edgeprop.my reported that the unemployment rate in 2020 may range from 4% to 4.5%, up from the baseline of 3% to 3.5% due to MCO in March and April.
Without strong job prospects, RAM Rating Services Bhd expects consumer spending on necessities to stay relatively flat this year, with a marked decline in discretionary expenditure.
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