A Freely Exchange Over the Respective Federal Territories at Any Place is Expected

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The Putrajaya and Labuan residents can trade freely from next week at any location within their respective federal territories, Tan Sri Annuar Musa stated something about this. They also announced that the FT Minister said that the blanket allowance would run from 15 November to 15 April next year.

After his ministry met with the Kuala Lumpur City Hall ( DBKL), Putrajaya Corporation and Labuan Corporation, Annuar shared that the decision was taken to discuss ways to help Malaysians earn a living in the light of the ongoing movement management orders placed because of Covid-19. For this reason, during this time, vendors would be allowed to sell everything but contraband.

He added that those involved must first contact their respective local authority to supply their proposals with information about whether they wish to trade and where they intend to do business. It is such that officials can carry out investigations to ensure that companies do not block traffic.

In fact, Traders must also apply for a provisional static hawker license that will be accepted automatically for a period of six months. He said that as the ministry and authorities wanted to maintain a list of all traders, it was also important to grant traders licenses.

For the long term, they need their informations. This is on the condition that their organization does not cause any neighborhood protests, does not block the living areas of residents, takes parking lots without permission or creates litter. He even greatly urge both merchants and resident representative councils to work with the authorities to ensure successful execution of the initiative.

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