MICCI: Clamp down on sale of contraband alcohol

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  • Thursday, 20 Nov 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: The sale of contraband alcohol is like corruption and should be wiped out as it has cost the Government RM84mil in revenue losses from middle of last year to middle of this year, said Malaysian International Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MICCI).

MICCI executive director Stewart Forbes said the Government should work together with the food and beverage industry to clamp down on contraband alcohol sold at various outlets in the country.

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