Keeping an eye on traders


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  • Sunday, 16 Dec 2007

KUALA LUMPUR: Over a million business premises nationwide have been inspected by the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry so far under the ongoing Ops Gaji

“In less than seven months, we have (as of yesterday) inspected all these premises for offences such as price hikes, not displaying price tags or selling unauthorised goods. 

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