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MATTA: Extend loan moratorium for tourism sector

15 Jul 2020 Johor Biz Network

MATTA president Datuk Tan Kok Liang said tourism industry players had been deprived of income since March.

MATTA gesa kerajaan lanjutkan tempoh moratorium bagi industri pelancongan

14 Jul 2020 Utusan Borneo Sabah

Persatuan Ejen-ejen Pelancongan dan Pengembaraan Malaysia (MATTA) menggesa kerajaan melanjutkan tempoh moratorium pinjaman selama enam bulan lagi bagi industri pelancongan memandangkan sektor ini merupakan antara penyedia pekerjaan yang utama.

MATTA gesa kerajaan lanjutkan tempoh moratorium bagi industri pelancongan

14 Jul 2020 New Sabah Times Bahasa (KK)

MATTA menggesa kerajaan melanjutkan tempoh moratorium pinjaman selama enam bulan lagi bagi industri pelancongan memandangkan sektor ini merupakan antara penyedia pekerjaan yang utama.

Extend loan moratorium, says MATTA

14 Jul 2020 New Sarawak Tribune

According to a press statement issued yesterday, MATTA president Datuk Tan Kok Liang pointed out that the tour and travel industry was the hardest hit by the recent Covid-19 pandemic.

MATTA urges govt to extend loan moratorium for tourism industry, protect sectors

14 Jul 2020 New Sabah Times English (KK)

"Against a backdrop of recession and unemployment, being wholly dependent on domestic tourism will not be sufficient to sustain related businesses and individuals working in this industry," said MATTA president, Datuk Tan Kok Liang.

Extend loan moratorium for another six months: MATTA

14 Jul 2020 Daily Express

It will be an uphill task to retune the industry if tourism companies are wounded up and tourism workers are being driven into bankruptcy by early 2021.

`Moratorium pelancongan perlu dilanjut’

14 Jul 2020 Berita Harian

Menurut presiden MATTA Datuk Tan Kok Liang, bergantung semata-mata kepada pelancongan domestik sahaja tidak cukup untuk mengekalkan perniagaan dan individu bekerja dalam industri ini.

MATTA gesa lanjut moratorium

14 Jul 2020 Sinar Harian

Industri pelancongan paling teruk terjejas akibat Covid-19 perlu masa untuk pulih.

MATTA urges govt to extend another 6 months for tourism loan repayment

14 Jul 2020 Nanyang Siang Pau

MATTA President Datuk Tan Kok Liang explains, "The industry's inability to service their loans are due to regulatory constraints and weak demand."

MATTA wants govt to extend loan moratorium

14 Jul 2020 The Sun

MATTA is calling on the government to extend the loan moratorium for the tourism sector for another six months. MATTA’s appeal is based on recognition of the sector, among others, which provides jobs and is an important contributor to the country.

`EXTEND LOAN REPAYMENT MORATORIUM’

14 Jul 2020 New Straits Times

Firms, individuals in tourism sector unable to service loans, says MATTA president.

MATTA mohon lanjut 6 bulan lagi

14 Jul 2020 Harian Metro

MATTA memohon kerajaan mempertimbang melanjutkan tempoh moratorium pinjaman selama enam bulan lagi khusus bagi industri pelancongan di negara ini.

MATTA urges govt to extend loan moratorium

14 Jul 2020 Borneo Post (KK)

MATTA has urged the government to extend the loan moratorium to a further six months for the tourism industry as the industry was one of the significant job providers and important economic contributors to the country.

MATTA hopes gov to extend loan repayment for another 6 months

14 Jul 2020 Sin Chew Daily

MATTA President Datuk Tan Kok Liang explains, "Against a backdrop of recession and unemployment, being wholly dependent on domestic tourism will not be sufficient to sustain related businesses and individuals working in this industry.”

Govt, BNM must step in to extend bank loanrepayment moratorium — MATTA

14 Jul 2020 The Edge CEO Morning Brief

MATTA has urged the government and Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) to extend the bank loan-repayment moratorium by another six months for the tourism industry because the sector is the hardest hit by the Covid-19 outbreak.

MATTA urges govt to extend loan moratorium

14 Jul 2020 Borneo Post (Kuching)

MATTA has urged the government to extend the loan moratorium to a further six months for the tourism industry as the industry was one of the significant job providers and important economic contributors to the country.

MATTA gesa lanjutkan tempoh moratorium

14 Jul 2020 Utusan Sarawak

Menurut MATTA, industri pelancongan dan perjalanan telah terjejas teruk akibat pandemik Covid-19 dan kajian menunjukkan ia hanya akan pulih daripada krisis semasa jauh lebih perlahan daripada sektor lain dalam ekonomi Malaysia.

TRAVEL BUBBLES MAY BE KEY TO TOURISM REVIVAL

8 Jul 2020 Borneo Today

Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) president Datuk Tan Kok Liang said domestic tourism which resumed recently may therefore not be enough to revitalise the sector.

Opening up state borders a much needed boost for tourism sector

7 Jul 2020 New Sabah Times

The Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (Sabah Chapter) welcomes the initiative of the Sabah Government to open the state borders for international arrival in September this year to resume tourism activities.

`4 years for tourism industry to recover’

7 Jul 2020 New Straits Times

The country’s worst affected industry, the tourism sector, will need four years to recover from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said.

Adapt and survive, travel agents urged

6 Jul 2020 The Star Online

Travel agents must adapt to the new normal to capitalise on the fact that Malaysians are looking forward to travelling domestically during the recovery movement control order (MCO) period, say tourism industry players.

Adapt and survive, travel agents urged

6 Jul 2020 The Star

Tourism industry players are urging travel agents to adapt to the new normal to capitalise on domestic travel.

Precautions necessary, but no need to wait until zero Covid cases to reboot tourism sector: Experts

1 Jul 2020 The Sun Daily

Economists, tourism industry players and even health experts agree that the time has come to throw the doors open to tourists.

Cooperation needed to reopen borders

28 Jun 2020 New Straits Times Online

The public and private sectors need to ramp up collaborations and strategise on how to prepare for border reopening in reviving the economy after months of Covid-19 restrictions.

COOPERATION NEEDED TO REOPEN BORDERS

28 Jun 2020 New Straits Times

Malaysia should market itself as a safe destination with infrastructure to handle crisis, says tourism association.

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