Small-business owners urged to submit bank accounts for BR1M

comments     Kow Gah Chie     Published     Updated

Finance Minister II Johari Abdul Ghani denied today that small-business owners registered under Companies Commission of Malaysia (SSM) had their Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia (BR1M) applications rejected.

"Some people were complaining that their BR1M applications were rejected. They are not being rejected, but we want more particulars.

"What happened was some of these applicants were not working with any company. They are small proprietors and small businesspersons," Johari told Malaysiakini.

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