Flower growers in Cameron Highlands sorry for hike


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  • Sunday, 28 Oct 2012

KUALA LUMPUR: Flower growers in Cameron Highlands will meet the Malaysia Competition Commission (MyCC) over the issue involving the 10% price-fixing of their plants.

Apologising for the problem, Cameron Highlands Floriculturists Association president Lee Peng Fo said there was no longer an agreement among its 150 members to increase flower prices by 10%.

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