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More than three-quarters of Japanese companies operating in Malaysia have resumed operations, after a hiatus of nearly two months caused by the coronavirus pandemic, an NNA survey shows.

According to the May 7-8 poll to which 128 business entities responded, 76.6 percent had restarted activities such as production and sales as of last Friday, including 17.2 percent working at the same level of operations as before the COVID-19 outbreak.

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