No more new import licence for cigarettes from Jan 1

No more new import licence for cigarettes from Jan 1

New Straits Times·2020-12-30 17:02

PUTRAJAYA: There will be no more new import licence for cigarettes issued by the Royal Malaysian Customs Department effective Jan 1, 2021, said Customs director-general Datuk Seri Abdul Latif Abdul Kadir.

However, he said the existing import licences could still be renewed.

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WEE TAI SUN 02/01/2021

whatever means the Govt. try ways and means to discourage SMOKING is utterly useless n ineffective.

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E3250 02/01/2021

Should just make cigarettes illegal. legalise electric cigarette, a much healthier choice

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Usernd 02/01/2021

counterfeit cigarette will come into market , no use

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userfoo250559 01/01/2021

Good morning to all of you and your family members!! Pray for the elderly to be strong and healthy and happy n not to go out to crowded places like malls and hawkers centres

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userfoo250559 01/01/2021

Good morning to all of you and your family members!!! Be safe stay home 🏡

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