RM4.3mil illicit alcohol seized

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  • Saturday, 05 Dec 2015

PETALING JAYA: A whopping 530,000 litres or RM4.29mil of contraband beer and liquor, have been pulled off the shelves in Selangor stores, as the Royal Malaysian Customs Department moves to cripple Malaysia’s illicit alcohol market.

Customs officers estimate it would have cost the Government RM16.58mil worth of taxes this year.

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