MCO exposes flaws in fisheries supply chain, damaging livelihood - fishermen association


CORONAVIRUS | The ongoing movement control order (MCO) has exposed problems in the fishing industry’s supply chain which has damaged the livelihood of offshore fishermen, said Jaringan Nelayan Pantai Malaysia (Jaring).

“The government’s decision to implement the MCO to combat Covid-19 has been well-received by Jaring.

“However, the MCO effective March 18 has negatively affected parts of the country’s fishing industry, especially the offshore fishermen community...

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