Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry Johor director Mohd Hairul Anuar Bohro said both pharmacies committed an offence under Section 11 of the Price Control and Anti-Profiteering Act 2011.
He said the pharmacy in Kulai was issued a RM500 compound on Jan 30, while the one here was issued a RM10,000 compound yesterday.
Mohd Hairul said five types of face masks had been set as controlled items and any business premises found selling them at higher prices would face action. — Bernama
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