August deadline for settling accounts

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  • Tuesday, 13 May 2003

ALL government agencies must conclude their accounts for last year by August to make sure the accounts are in “tip-top” status, said Chief Minister of Malacca Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam. 

The agencies were supposed to complete last year's accounts by May 31 to the Auditor-General, he said, but more time had been set aside now to enable them to submit the previous years' accounts as well if they had not done so. 

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