Bangkok and KL agree on perishable goods movement

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  • Thursday, 11 Sep 2003

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia and Thailand have agreed to allow the movement of 60,000 tonnes of perishable goods across each other’s roads annually. 

Transport Minister Datuk Chan Kong Choy said the decision, which was reached during a visit by Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi to Bangkok, would take effect immediately. 

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