Be transparent about legalisation of factories

Ng had said that MPK and Klang District Office offered various incentives to ease legalisation.

I REFER to “Fewer than half of illegal factories in Klang applied for licence” in StarMetro on Dec 16.

It was reported that state local government and tourism committee chairman Datuk Ng Suee Lim had said that 576 factories applied to legalise their operations and based on Klang Municipal Council’s (MPK) census, there were still 753 unlicensed industrial factories in Port Klang, Klang, Kapar and Meru operating on agricultural land requiring industrial status conversion.

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