Sunday, 21 February 2010

Wholesalers warned against disrupting sugar supply chain

IPOH: The Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry on Sunday warned wholesalers not to disrupt the supply chain for sugar.

Its deputy minister Datuk Tan Lian Hoe said the ministry had received complaints from retailers that they were being forced to buy other goods like rice and cooking oil in order to get their sugar supplies.

"I am warning wholesalers to put a stop to this," she told reporters after attending a Chinese New Year open house organised by Perak Gerakan here Sunday.

Tan added that there was no shortage of sugar in the country and that the ministry would come down hard on wholesalers who resorted to malpractices where supply of the commodity was concerned. - Bernama


I wonder why this is happening to Malaysia since Mahathir retired.
Endless manipulations...

Its hard to understand their manipulative actions and the government's real intentions.

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