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Follow Putrajaya, says business chamber chief

KUCHING: Sarawak should emulate the federal government’s decision to open up the economy, Kuching Chinese General Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCGCCI)...

Waive requirement for loans

KUCHING: The government has been asked to temporarily waive the requirement for submitting renewed licences or permits for businesses and small and...

A boost to business confidence

KUCHING: The second economic aid package worth RM1.1 billion announced by the state government to alleviate the burden of small and medium...

Use state’s RM31bil reserve, says chamber

KUCHING: Kuching Chinese General Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCGCCI) secretary-general Jonathan Chai Voon Tok feels that it is acceptable for the...

Government urged to help businesses to avoid mass unemployment

KUCHING: Kuching Chinese General Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCGCCI) urges the government to take unprecedented measures to avoid massive unemployment following the closure...

Chamber urges government help businesses, workers

KUCHING: In light of the desperate economic climate, the government needs to come up with drastic measures and effective policies to counter the negative...

Stimulus package not comprehensive enough

KUCHING: Kuching Chinese General Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCGCCI) secretary-general Jonathan Chai Voon Tok had hoped that the recently announced 2020 economic stimulus...

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Dayaks in the city busy making traditional Gawai kuih

By Jay Watson  KUCHING: As Hari Raya Aidilfitri is here, the Dayak community in the city who...

Quiet Hari Raya shows Sarawakians comply to SOPs

By Nur Shazreena Ali & Natasha Jee KUCHING: No congregational Eid prayer, no balik...

Mr Malaysia 2020 championships cancelled

KUALA LUMPUR: This year’s Mr Malaysia national bodybuilding competition, scheduled to be held next month, has been...

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Dayaks in the city busy making traditional Gawai kuih

By Jay Watson  KUCHING: As Hari Raya...

Quiet Hari Raya shows Sarawakians comply to SOPs

By Nur Shazreena Ali & Natasha Jee