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The Malaysia government yesterday revealed it is banning the export of all poultry from the country while it investigates the illegal activity of cartels controlling the price and shipment of its produce. Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob made it known Malaysia will halt the exports of 3.6 million chickens a month from June 1, to investigate the cartel pricing allegations. The Malaysia Competition Commission is investigating reports with Ismail promising to come down hard on any firms found guilty of sabotaging supply. “If it’s true these cartels exist, we will take legal action against them.” The nation’s state news agency, […]

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