Bad news for booze? Malaysia mulls alcohol rules overhaul as industry battles COVID-19 impact
Malaysia is considering a potential reviews of regulations governing alcohol sales and/or production following a rash of drunk driving accidents in the country, marking yet another hurdle for an industry trying to find its feet due to COVID-19.
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