Discriminating, boycotting palm oil is now an arrestable offence

DISCRIMINATING or boycotting palm oil is now an arrestable offence following amendments to the law passed by the Dewan Rakyat, says Datuk Rosol Wahid.

The Deputy Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister noted that statements or expressions against Malaysia’s major commodities – especially palm oil – such as the expression “no palm oil” used in any advertisement including food labels, notices and catalogues will be prohibited.

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