Renewal of printing licence, publication permit abolished since July 15


KUALA LUMPUR: The licence for printing presses and permit for publications will no longer be required to be renewed annually effective July 15.

Home Ministry deputy secretary-general (security) Datuk Alwi Ibrahim said the licence or permit, which expired after that date, would remain valid unless revoked by the government.

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