Detention of wives angers businessmen from China


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  • Sunday, 04 Dec 2005

JOHOR BARU: Two businessmen brothers from China who had settled down here are upset that their wives were detained overnight in a police lock-up on suspicion of being illegal immigrants. 

The bothers have invested heavily here under the Malaysia My Second Home programme. 

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