A looming food import crisis

Sim (third left) representing several associations to hand over 500 PPE sets to Penang Hospital deputy director Dr Goh Hin Kwang (purple shirt) and assistant director Dr Wong Khar Ming (blue shirt).

THE Malaysian Government should look into the worldwide food security issues raised by the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), said former Agriculture and Agro-based Industry deputy minister Sim Tze Tzin.

He said the lockdown imposed by several countries had affected the global supply chain.

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