Dispute over management rotation puts future of iconic nasi kandar outlet at risk


GEORGE TOWN: The future of Line Clear, one of Penang’s most famous nasi kandar outlets, is not so clear now as a family dispute has arisen over its ownership.

A rift over the rotation of management, which is said to have been in practice since the 1980s, has forced the Penang Island Municipal Council to issue an ultimatum to the four partners, all of whom are cousins.

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