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Malaysia adds $230 million to coronavirus stimulus package

Christian Fernsby |
Malaysia’s new government announced today additional measures to help mitigate the affects of the coronavirus on the economy.

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The new measures will cost the government about 1 billion ringgit ($232.40 million) in additional funds to help cover a limited stipend for workers put on unpaid leave, discounts on electricity bills, extra payouts for public financial aid packages and the rollout of micro-project packages.

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