Ministry of Internal Trade to Ensure Malaysia’s Business Concerns Are Considered in Government Decisions | Malaysia



Minister of Internal Trade and Consumer Affairs Datuk Seri Alexander Nanta Linggi speaks at a press conference in Putrajaya on December 18, 2020. – Photo by Bernama

KLANG, April 11 – The Ministry of Internal Trade and Consumer Affairs (MDTCA) will ensure that the concerns of the business community are reflected in the decisions the government has made and will take in formulating the decisions.

Its minister, Datuk Seri Alexander Nanta Linggi, said he appreciates the government’s willingness to listen to concerns raised by the business community, especially regarding the reopening of the economy.

“Personally, I am also grateful to the business community for having played a very active role in the cooperation with the MDTCA by forming a committee to advise the government in the formulation of standard operating procedures (SOPs) for the sector. retailing and constantly allocating resources and manpower to ensure these SOPs are met.

“The government could not have done this without the help of the business community, and for that, thank you,” he said in his speech at the Lang International Corporate Titan Awards (LICTA) here today .

He said the MDTCA welcomes recommendations and constructive criticism from the business community regarding any concerns they face due to the impact of Covid-19, or any other domestic trade issue.

“MDTCA recognizes that it is necessary to find the right balance to address concerns for the well-being of individuals as well as businesses, and that if this problem is not managed well, we could find ourselves in the middle and in a economic crisis with people losing their jobs and businesses having to close, ”he said.

Nanta said the MDTCA is very aware of its important role in facilitating domestic trade, retail, franchise industry, business development, business registration, copyright to competition. – Bernama



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