‘No need for minibuses in Malacca’


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  • Wednesday, 11 Aug 2004

MALACCA: The Malacca Omnibus Operators Association has strongly opposed the Commercial Vehicle Licensing Board's (CVLB) decision to allow minibuses to operate in the town. 

The association, representing 10 town bus and two express bus companies, had objected to the CVLB's approval of 24 minibus licences to Faith-Sepadu Transport (M) Sdn Bhd. 

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