MB: Johor suffered over 20pct revenue loss due to MCO



CORONAVIRUS | The Johor state government suffered over 20 percent loss of revenue, following the implementation of the movement control order (MCO) and closure of the Malaysia-Singapore border, Menteri Besar Hasni Mohammad said.

He said the losses were not only due to certain taxes and charges that could not be collected, but also resulted following a drop in investment activities and a decline in tourist arrivals from the neighbouring country.

"Johor is a state with considerable potential economically but at the same time, when our neighbouring country, Singapore faces economic challenges...

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