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Author: Mei Cheng

Return Lynas radioactive waste to Australia

The Consumers’ Association of Penang (CAP) and Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) welcome the Malaysian government’s move in not giving in to the pressure by Lynas Malaysia Sdn Bhd to revoke the previous operating conditions imposed in 2020, most importantly regarding shifting of the cracking and leaching process (which involves radioactive material) to outside of Malaysia. In a media statement...
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Price Tagging Laws must be enforced

The Consumers’ Association of Penang (CAP) calls on the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs to enforce the Price Control Act 1946 Amendment 1973, Section 8 (1) which requires traders to display price tags on goods that are meant for sale. Our repeated survey around Penang Island showed that many traders especially food stalls and restaurants are blatantly flouting the Price Control...
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CAP: Adopt Suitable Model for KTMB and Improve Services

Consumers’ Association of Penang (CAP) hopes that KTMB will improve their train services so that Malaysians can be assured of a safe, reliable and affordable mode of public transport for both intercity as well as daily commuting purposes. This will help more people to shift away from the existing mode of transport which is over-dependent on private cars and also reduce the use of our deadly...
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