MALAYSIA: Customs Officials Seize Knitted Fabrics Haul
Customs officials in Johor have recorded their biggest ever swoop with the seizure of 21,841kg of imported knitted fabrics said to worth around RM331,551 ($87,500). A team of eight customs enforcers raided the factory in Taman Wawasan Perindustrian, Batu Pahatlast night after investigations revealed that the factory had been storing the raw materials before distributing them to local manufacturers.
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