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Malaysia: Stimulus packages to combat the impact of COVID-19

8th April 2020

Since the implementation of the Movement Control Order (MCO) on 18 March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Malaysian government has introduced various stimulus packages to ease the burden of the individuals and businesses in Malaysia. MSI's Malaysian law member Rahayu Partnership summarises the key measures and objectives to mitigate the immediate impact of COVID-19, support businesses, spur economic growth as well as encourage investment growth.

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Ecuador: Guidelines for the COVID-19 outbreak

8th April 2020

Through Executive Decree No. 1017, on March 16, the President of the Republic declared a state of emergency by national disaster in the Ecuadorian territory due to the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the country and the pandemic declaration of COVID-19 by the World Health Organization. MSI's Ecudador law member Expertiseadvisor Abogados summarises the measures taken.

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Malta: Measures to support businesses and individuals during COVID-19

6th April 2020

The Maltese Government has launched a set of measures to assist businesses in Malta in the light of the COVID19 pandemic and its possible effects on the Maltese economy. The measures which are being implemented include both liquidity measures as well as direct fiscal aid. MSI's Maltese accounting member Premium Audit summarises the key measures.

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Webinar (8 April): COVID-19 fallout - How does my business survive?

6th April 2020

MSI's New Jersey member Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP will be holding a joint webinar presentation together with Withum and Rivers Insurance Group. The webinar's panelists will address insurance, bankruptcy, leasing, employment, tax and other economic issues raised by the COVID-19 crisis, and will discuss the pandemic's impact on small businesses including small law practices.

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