Change of legal age for alcohol potentially meaningless, says CMBB


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  • Wednesday, 08 Jun 2016

KUALA LUMPUR: The planned change of the legal purchasing age of alcohol from 18 to 21 might be fruitless if proper enforcement of contraband is not done, said the Confederation of Malaysian Brewers Berhad (CMBB)

"Restricting access to legal alcohol without effective enforcement against contraband products will hamper the success of the new regulations,” said the CMBB in a statement on Wednesday.

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