Indonesia claims four Malaysian firms behind open burning


PETALING JAYA: In an escalating row between neighbours over the regional haze, Indonesia has blamed four Malaysian companies for causing some of the forest fires within its borders.

Environment Minister Siti Nurbaya Bakar was reported as saying that at least four plantation companies whose land had been sealed off because fires have been spotted were subsidiaries of Malaysian groups.

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