Consumer groups want all food-related APs abolished


PETALING JAYA: Reducing the red tape may help address the rising cost of living and food shortages, say consumer associations.

Federation of Malaysian Consumers Associations (Fomca) president Datuk Dr Marimuthu Nadason (pic) said the Approved Permit (AP) requirement should be abolished across the board to bring in more imports and allow more food industry players to come in to ensure there is sufficient supply in the market.

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