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IPOH: Some 29 foreign workers of various nationalities have been arrested for not having legal documentation in a joint operation.
GEORGE TOWN: Although it is mandatory for businesses to provide a description of their services and products in Bahasa Malaysia, many business owners are claiming they are unaware of this ruling.
NIBONG TEBAL: An operation that illegally sold subsidised liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) meant for domestic use to the industrial sector was busted by the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry here on Wednesday (March 24).
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s anti-monopoly authority, which has slapped over RM160mil in penalties against companies, is now focusing its investigations on bid-rigging in government tenders worth billions of ringgit.
PUTRAJAYA: It is a thumbs up for sellers as traders in the retail and wholesale sectors have largely been cooperative when it comes to following Covid-19 standard operating procedures, says the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry.
PETALING JAYA: With the March 31 deadline nearing, most documented foreign workers in four major economic sectors have been tested for Covid-19 screening, says the Human Resources Minister.
KOTA KINABALU: A wedding planner was instructed to refund his client’s deposit after the Consumer Claims Tribunal Court deemed his company’s no-refund policy unfair.
Through the licence, sellers would be subjected to conditions while consumers would be able to make online purchases without worrying about the legitimacy and reputation of the traders.