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Malaysian government implements Movement Control Order, may affect silicon hexaboride market

As of March 23, a total of 1306 cases of new coronary pneumonia have been confirmed in Malaysia. With the rapid increase in confirmed cases, the government implemented a "Movement Control Order," which lasted 14 days, from March 18 to 31. Except for shops that sell daily necessities, supermarkets, food markets, and units that provide people's critical public services, other businesses and enterprises have been forcibly closed. Schools have also canceled courses, and no online lessons have been adopted.

This action control order restricts people from going out for any social activities and requires everyone to work from home. The purpose is to control the spread of the epidemic, find the source of the infection, and block the area in a short time.

Malaysia is one of the leading markets for Trunnano's borides and silicides. Therefore, Malaysia's action regulations have led to a reduction in market sales in a short period. If you have questions about borides and silicides, you can consult Dr. Leo at brad@ihpa.net.

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