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FEDERAL AGRICULTURAL MARKETING AUTHORITY

(GRADING, PACKAGING AND LABELLING OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE) REGULATIONS 2008

IN exercise of the powers conferred by sections 3 and 12 of the Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority Act 1965 [Act 141], the Authority with the approval of the Minister, makes the following regulations:

PART 1


PRELIMINARY
Citation, application and commencement
1. (1) These regulations may be cited as the Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority (Grading, Packaging and Labelling of Agricultural Produce) Regulations 2008.
(2) These Regulations come into operation on
Application
2. Except for the purpose of regulations 13 and 14, these Regulations shall only apply to the agricultural produce specified in the First Schedule in its raw form.
Interpretation
3. In these Regulations 
“Authority” means the Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority established under the Act;
“country of origin” means the country in which any agricultural produce is grown;
“grade standard” means the grade standard of any agricultural as provided in regulation 4.

PART II


GRADE STANDARD, PACKAGE AND LABEL

Grade standard of agricultural produce
4. Agricultural produce shall be graded
(a) in accordance with the grade standard specified in the Second Schedule;
(b) in respect of any agricultural produce the grade of which is not specified in the Second Schedule, in accordance with the grade standard specified by the country of origin of such agricultural produce; and
(c) in respect of any agricultural produce the grade of which is specified neither in the Second Schedule nor by the country of origin of such agricultural produce, in accordance with the grade standard prescribed by the Authority from time to time.
Package of agricultural produce
5. A package of agricultural produce―


  1. shall be of a size that provides a firm package for the quantity of agricultural produce packaged;




  1. shall contain of agricultural produce of the same type and grade standard;




  1. shall not exceed thirty kilograms;




  1. shall meet the quality, hygiene and resistance characteristics so as to provide maximum protection from any damage to the agricultural produce during handling and transporting; and




  1. shall be manufactured from a material that shall not cause damage to the shape of the agricultural produce.


Label of agricultural produce
6. (1) A label to be a applied on a package of agricultural produce or on any material attached to the package of agricultural produce―


  1. shall be of the size not less than 11 centimeter by 7 centimeter;




  1. shall be applied firmly and conspicuously on the top or side surface of the package; and




  1. shall contain the following particulars:




  1. name and business address of the importer, exporter, agent, producer or distributor, as the case may be, of the agricultural produce;




    1. common name of the agricultural produce;




    1. grade standard of the agricultural produce;




    1. size of the agricultural produce;




    1. country of origin of the agricultural produce;




    1. weight of package of the agricultural produce; and




    1. the words “Produce of Malaysia”, if appropriate, if the agricultural produce is for export.

(2) The particulars referred to in paragraph (1)(c) shall be marked in the following manner to ensure its legibility and durability :




  1. in no smaller than 20 point lettering―

(i) shall be all capital letters or all lower case letters or lower case letters with an initial capital letter;




      1. shall appear in a colour that contrasts strongly with its background; and




      1. the type face shall be uniform in every word;




  1. if the agricultural produce is for domestic market, in the national language and may include translation in any other language;




  1. if the agricultural produce is for export, in the English language and may include translation in any other language; and




  1. if the agricultural produce is imported, in the national language.

PART III


EXPORT OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE
Export of agricultural produce
7. Any exporter who intends to export any agricultural produce shall ensure that the agricultural produce―


  1. is graded in accordance with the requirements under regulation 4;




  1. is packaged in accordance with―




  1. the requirements under regulation 5; and

(ii) any packaging requirements prescribed by the authority of the importing country, if any; and


(c) is labeled in accordance with the requirements under regulation 6.
Conformity inspection for agricultural produce for export
8. (1) No exporter shall export any agricultural produce prior to the Authority conducting a conformity inspection on the agricultural produce.
(2) A conformity inspection is conducted by the Authority on the agricultural produce to ensure that the agricultural produce complies with the grading, packaging and labeling requirements under these Regulations.
(3) A conformity inspection under this regulation may be conducted by the Authority―


  1. at any premises managed by the Authority, or




  1. at an exporter’s premises, on the request of the exporter.

(4) The day and time for the conformity inspection shall be as specified in the Third Schedule.


(5) If the Authority is satisfied that the exporter has complied with all the requirements under these Regulations, the Authority shall issue a certificate of conformity in the Fifth Schedule upon payment of the fees and other payment as specified in Part 1, 2 or 3 of the Fourth Schedule, as the case may be.
(6) An exporter of agricultural produce which have undergone a conformity inspection at any premises managed by the Authority shall remove his agricultural produce from such premises within such time as the Authority may specify.
(7) If the exporter fails to remove the agricultural produce within such time as specified, the Authority may destroy or dispose of or cause to be destroyed or disposed of such agricultural produce in any manner as the Authority thinks appropriate and all expenses so incurred shall be reimbursed by the exporter.
(8) Any exporter who exports any agricultural produce without a certificate of conformity commits an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
(9) Any exporter who commits an offence under subparagraph (8), whether or not any prosecution is instituted against him and whether or not ht has been convicted, who does not comply with the requirements under paragraph 7(a), (b) or (c) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.

PART IV


IMPORT OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE
Import of agricultural produce
9. Any importer who intends to import any agricultural produce shall ensure that the agricultural produce―


  1. is graded in accordance with the requirements under regulation 4;




  1. is packaged in accordance with the requirements under regulation 5; and




  1. is labeled in accordance with the requirements under regulation 6.


Conformity inspection for import of agricultural produce
10. (1) No importer shall import any agricultural produce prior to the Authority conducting a conformity inspection on the agricultural produce.
(2) A conformity inspection is conducted by the Authority on the agricultural produce to ensure that the agricultural produce complies with the grading, packaging and labeling requirements under these Regulations.
(3) The Authority may conduct a conformity inspection under this regulation at any inland clearance depot, customs warehouse, licensed warehouse, or premises or any part premises managed by the Authority or any competent authority.
(4) The day and time for the conformity inspection shall be as specified in the Third Schedule.
(5) If the Authority is satisfied that the importer has complied with all the requirements under these Regulations, the Authority shall issue a certificate of conformity in the Fifth Schedule upon payment of the fees and other payment as specified in Part 1, 2 or 3 of the Fourth Schedule, as the case may be.
(6) An importer of agricultural produce which have undergone a conformity inspection shall remove his agricultural produce from the inspection place within such time as the Authority may specify.
(7) If the importer fails to remove the agricultural produce within such time as specified, the Authority may destroy or dispose of or cause to be destroyed or disposed of such agricultural produce in any manner as the Authority thinks appropriate and all expenses so incurred shall be reimbursed by the importer.
(8) Any importer who imports any agricultural produce without a certificate of conformity commits an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
(9) Any importer who commits an offence under subparagraph (8), whether or not any prosecution is instituted against him and whether or not he has been convicted, who does not comply with the requirements under paragraph 9(a), (b) or (c) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
(10) For the purposes of sub regulation (3), “inland clearance depot”, “customs warehouse” and “licensed warehouse” shall have the same meaning as defined under section 2 of the Customs Act 1967 [Act 235].

PART V


WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE
Sale of agricultural produce at wholesale
11. (1) Any person who intends to sell any agricultural produce by wholesale shall ensure that the agricultural produce―


  1. is graded in accordance with the requirements under regulation 4;



  1. is packaged in accordance with the requirements under regulation 5; and




  1. is labelled in accordance with the requirements under regulation 6.

(2) Any person who contravenes this regulation commits an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.



Sale of agricultural produce by retail
12. (1) Any person who intends to sells any agricultural produce by retail shall ensure that the agricultural produce―


  1. is graded in accordance with the requirements under regulation 4;



  1. is packaged in accordance with the requirements under regulation 5; and




  1. is labelled in accordance with the requirements under regulation 6, except that the particulars marked on the label shall not be in smaller than 2 point lettering.

(2) Notwithstanding paragraphs (1) (b) and 1 (c), any agricultural produce may be displayed or offered for sale, without being packaged, and where any agricultural produce is displayed or offered for sale, without being packaged, the following particulars shall be displayed contiguous to the agricultural produce:




  1. common name of the agricultural produce;




  1. grade standard of the agricultural produce;




  1. size of the agricultural produce; and




  1. country of origin of the agricultural produce; and

(3) Any person who contravenes this regulation commits an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.

PART VI

GENERAL
Reuse of package


13. (1) Any person who intends to reuse for any agricultural produce any package which has been marked on it, or has been attached on it any material containing, any label of any agricultural produce, shall erase or remove the label form the package before the package is reused.
(2) Any person who contravenes this regulation commits an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
Offence in relation to place of origin
14. Any person who uses or applies a label which makes a representation that a particular agricultural produce originates from a particular place, or associates a particular agricultural produce with a particular place, which he knows or has reason to believe is false or misleading, commits an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
Offence committed by body corporate
15. Any body corporate which commits an offence under these Regulations shall be punished under section 25 of the Act.

First Schedule

(Regulation 2)
AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE



Common Name

Botanical Name




FRESH VEGETABLES

Roselle


Asparagus

Yam stalk

Onions

Chinese spinach



Lady’s finger

Broccoli


Sweet shoot

Mushroom


Chillies

Sweet pepper

Spring onion

Coriander/Chinese parsley

Celery

Ginger


Corn

Jering


Four-angled bean

French bean

Long bean

Dwarf long bean


Butter bean

Green soybean

Snow pea/sweet pea
Chinese kale

Water spinach/onvolvulus

Torch ginger

Chinese box thorn

Angled loofah

Cabbage


Cabbage

Chinese cabbage


Chinese chives

Wax gourd/winter melon

Tumeric

Pumpkin


Capsicum/Bell pepper

Galangale

Leek

Carrot


Radish

Cleome


Water chestnut

Morinda


Parsley
Indian pennywort

Bitter gourd

Twisted cluster bean

Fern shoots

Mint

Bamboo shoot



Ceylon spinach

Head lettuce

Mustards

Watercrest

Yam bean

Lemon grass

Spinac (Poh choy)

Bean sprouts

Lotus root

Brinjal/Eggplant

Cucumber

Tomato


Garland chrysanthemum

Turnip


Beetroot

Manihot


Yam

Sweet potato



Potato

Ulam raja





Hibiscus sabdariffa L.

Asparagus officinalis

Colocoasia esculenta

Allium cepa L.

Amaranthus sp.

Hibiscus esculentus L.

Brassica oleracea var. italica

Sauropus androgynus

Pleurotus sp.

Capsicum annuum

Capsicum annuum L. var. grossum

Allium fistulosum L.

Coriandrum sativum

Apium graveolens L.

Zingiber officinale Roscoe

Zea mays L.

Archidendron jiringa

Psophocarpus tetragonolobus

Phaseolus vulgaris L.

Vigna sesquipedalis L. Fraw

Vigna unguiculata sub. sp. unguiculata

Phaseolus lunatus

Glycine max C.

Pisum sativum Linn. var. saccharatum

Brassica alboglabra Bailey

Ipomoea aquatica

Phaeomeria speciosa

Lycium chinense L.

Luffa acutangula

Brassica oleracea var. capitata

Brassica oleracea var. capitata Linn

Brassica campestris L. ssp pekinensis

Allium tuberosum

Benincasa hispida

Curcuma domestica Val.

Cucurbita spp.

Capsicum annum L.

Languas galanga

Allium apmeloprasum var. porrum

Daucas carota L.

Raphanus sativus L.

Cleome gynandra L.

Eleocharis dulcis

Morinda citrifolia L.

Petroselinum crispum var. tuberosum

Centella asiatica L.

Momordica charantia L.

Parkia speciosa

Athyrium esculentum

Mentha sp.

Bambusa spp.

Basella alba L.

Lactuca sativa L.

Brassica sp.

Nasturtium officinale

Pachyrrhizus erosus (L) urban

Cymbopogon citratus

Spinacia oleracea L.

Phaseolus aureus

Nelumbo nucifera

Solanum melongena

Cucumis sativus L.

Lycopersicum esculentum Mill.

Leucanthemum coronarium

Brassica rapa Rapifera group

Beta vulgaris L.

Manihot esculenta

Colocasia esculenta

Ipomoea batatas

Solanum tuberosum Linn

Cosmos caudatus Kunth


FRESH FRUITS

Grape


Apricot

Avocado


Horse mango

Starfruit

Papaya

Papaya (exotica)



Jujube

Chempedak

Cherry

Chiko


Pomegranate

Dokong


Duku

Duku langsat

Durian

Soursop


Apple

Water apple

Guava

Malay apple



Otaheite apple

Raisins


Kuini

Plum mango

Dates

Litchi


Langsat

Citrus


Mandarin orange (domestic)

Loquats


Mango

Mangosteen

Passion fruit

Cat’s eyes

Jackfruit

Custard apple

Orange

Nutmeg


Pear

Peach


Banana

Passimon


Mas banana

Dragon fruit

Plum

Pulasan


Common rambai

Rambutan


Strawberry

Snake fruit

Bread fruit

Watermelon

Musk-melon



Vitis vinifera

Prunus armeniaca

Persea americana

Mangifera foetida

Averrhoa carambola L.

Carica papaya

Carica papaya L. var. Eksotika

Zizyphus mauritinia

Artocarpus chempedan Spreng

Prunus avium

Achras sapota

Punica granatum

Lansium domesticum

Lansium domesticum

Lansium domesticum

Durio zibethinus Murr.

Annona muricata L.

Malus pumila

Syzygium aqueum

Psidium guajava L.

Syzygium malaccensis

Spondias cytherea

Vitis vinifera

Mangifera odorata

Bouea macrophylla

Phonex dactylifera

Litchi chinensis Sonn.

Lansium domesticum

Citrus sp

Citrus reticulata

Eriobotrya japonica

Mangifera indica Linn

Garcinia mangostana

Passiflora edulis

Dimocarpus longan

Artocarpus heterophyllus Lam

Annona reticulata

Citrus sp

Myristica fragrans

Pyrus sp.

Prunus persica

Musa sapientum

Diospyros kaki linn

Musa sapientum cv. mas

Hylocereus undatus

Prunus domestica

Nephelium ramboutan – ake

Baccaurea motleyana

Nephelium lappaceum

Fragaria x ananassa

Salacca edulis

Artocarpus communis

Citrullus vulgaris Schard

Cucumis melo Linn




FRESH CUT FLOWERS
Chrysanthemum (multi-floral)

Orchid (spray type)

Roses (unifloral)

Roses (multi-floral)

Carnation (unifloral)

Carnation (multi-floral)





Chrysanthemum morifolium

Orchidacea family

Genus Rosa

Genus Rosa

Dianthus caryophyllus



Dianthus caryophyllus



BEANS

Groundnut kernels

Groundnut, fresh in-shell



Arachis hypogaea

Arachis hypogaea



NUTS

Coconut




Cocos nucifera



GRAINS

Coffee beans





Coffea arabica L.


OTHERS

Sugar cane stems





Saccharum L.

Second Schedule

(Regulation 4)
GRADE STANDARD OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE


Agricultural Produce






Common name

(1)


Botanical name

(2)


Grade standard

(3)

FRESH VEGETABLES

Lady’s finger




Hibiscus esculentus L.

MS 1230 : 1991



Chillies

Capsicum annuum

MS 894 : 1984

Sweet pepper

Capsicum annuum L. var. grossum

MS 1124 : 1996

Ginger

Zingiber officinale Roscoe

MS 1306 : 2005

French bean

Phaseolus vulgaris L.

MS 1252 : 1992

Long bean

Vigna sesquipedalis L. Fraw.

MS 951 : 2003

Chinese kale

Brassica alboglabra Bailey

MS 1324 : 1993

Cabbage

Brassica oleracea var. capitata Linn

MS 892 : 2004

Chinese cabbage

Brassica campestris L. ssp pekinensis (Lour) Olsson

MS 1393 : 1996

Bitter gourd

Momordica charantia L.

MS 1146 : 1989

Head lettuce

Lactuca sativa L.

MS 1361 : 1994

Mustard

Brassica sp.

MS 1323 : 1993

Spinach (poh choy)

Spinacia oleracea L.

MS 1362 : 1994

Cucumber

Cucumis sativus L.

MS 956 : 2003

Tomato

Lycopersicum esculentum Mill.

MS 893 : 2003



FRESH FRUITS

Starfruit




Averrhoa carambola L.

MS 1127 : 2002



Papaya

Carica papaya

MS 1040 : 1986

Papaya (exotica)

Carica papaya L. var. Eksotika

MS 1145 : 2003

Guava

Psidium guajava L.

MS 1149 : 1989

Mandarin orange (domestic)

Citrus reticulata

MS 232 : 1974

Mango

Mangifera indica Linn

MS 885 : 1984

Mangosteen

Garcinia mangostana

MS 1128 : 1989

Jackfruit

Artocarpus heterophyllus Lam

MS 1055 : 1986

Banana

Musa sapientum

MS 459 : 1976

Mas banana

Musa sapientum cv. mas

MS 1075 : 1987

Watermelon

Citrullus vulgaris Schard

MS 1028 : 1986

Musk-melon

Cucumis melo Linn

MS 1325 : 1993



FRESH CUT FLOWERS

Chrysanthemum (multi-floral)




Chrysanthemum morifolium

MS 1354 : 1994



Orchid (spray type)

Orchidacea family

MS 1280 : 1992

Roses (unifloral)

Genus Rosa

MS 1233 : 1991

Roses (multi-floral)

Genus Rosa

MS 1355 : 1994

Carnation (unifloral)

Dianthus caryophyllus


MS 1281 : 1992

Carnation (multi-floral)

Dianthus caryophyllus

MS 1353 : 1994


BEANS

Groundnut kernels




Arachis hypogaeo

MS 457 : 1976



Groundnut, fresh in-shell

Arachis hypogaeo

MS 458 : 1976

Third Schedule

(Regulations 8 and 10)
PLACE, DAY AND TIME OF CONFORMITY INSPECTION


Place of inspection

(1)



Day

(2)


Time

(3)





        1. At any premises managed by the Authority







  1. Working day of the Authority




  1. Weekly or public

holiday

(a) 9.00a.m– 11.00 p.m.

(b)11.00a.m –11.00 p.m.

2. At the exporter’s

premises

Working day of the Authority



9.00a.m – 5.00p.m.


3. At any place

mentioned in

subregulation

10(3) other than

premises

managed by the

Authority or any

competant

authority







  1. Working day of

the Authority


  1. Weekly or public

holiday

(a) 9.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.


(b)11.00 a.m. – 11.00 p.m

Fourth Schedule

(Regulations 8 and10)
CONFORMITY INSPECTION FEE AND OTHER PAYMENT
Part 1
Notice given to the Authority by the exporter or importer not less than twenty-four (24) hours from the time scheduled for inspection.


Type of agricultural produce

Quantity of agricultural produce

Fees for conformity inspection conducted

during working days of the Authority




Fees for conformity inspection conducted during weekly or public holiday


Fresh vegetables

First 1000 kilograms or part thereof

RM 1.00

RM 2.00

Every additional 1000 kilograms or part thereof

RM 0.50

RM 1.00

Fresh fruits

First 1000 kilograms or part thereof

RM 2.00

RM 4.00

Every additional 1000 kilograms or part thereof

RM 1.00

RM 2.00

Fresh cut flower

First 500 stalks or part thereof

RM 2.00

RM 4.00

Every additional 500 stalks or part thereof

RM 1.00

RM 2.00

Groundnuts

First 1000 kilograms or part thereof

RM 1.00

RM 2.00

Every additional 1000 kilograms or part thereof

RM 0.50

RM 1.00

Coconuts

First 1000 nuts or part thereof

RM 2.00

RM 4.00

Every additional 1000 nuts or part thereof

RM 1.00

RM 2.00

Coffee beans

First 1000 kilograms or part thereof

RM 2.00

RM 4.00

Every additional 1000 kilograms or part thereof

RM 1.00

RM 2.00

Sugar cane stems

First 1000 kilograms or part thereof

RM 1.00

RM 2.00

Every additional 1000 kilograms or part thereof

RM 0.50

RM 1.00

Part 2
Notice given to the Authority by the exporter or importer less than twenty-four (24) hours from the time scheduled for inspection.




Type of agricultural produce

Quantity of agricultural produce

Fees for conformity inspection conducted

during working days




Fees for conformity inspection conducted during weekly or public holiday


Fresh vegetables

First 1000 kilograms or part thereof

RM 2.00

RM 4.00

Every additional 1000 kilograms or part thereof

RM 1.00

RM 2.00

Fresh fruits

First 1000 kilograms or part thereof

RM 4.00

RM 8.00

Every additional 1000 kilograms or part thereof

RM 2.00

RM 4.00

Fresh cut flower

First 500 stalks or part thereof

RM 4.00

RM 8.00

Every additional 500 stalks or part thereof

RM 2.00

RM 4.00

Groundnuts

First 1000 kilograms or part thereof

RM 2.00

RM 4.00

Every additional 1000 kilograms or part thereof

RM 1.00

RM 2.00

Coconuts

First 1000 nuts or part thereof

RM 4.00

RM 8.00

Every additional 1000 nuts or part thereof

RM 2.00

RM 4.00

Coffee beans

First 1000 kilograms or part thereof

RM 4.00

RM 8.00

Every additional 1000 kilograms or part thereof

RM 2.00

RM 4.00

Sugar cane stems

First 1000 kilograms or part thereof

RM 2.00

RM 4.00

Every additional 1000 kilograms or part thereof

RM 1.00

RM 2.00

Part 3
Other Payment




Particulars



Fee


Additional fee for conformity inspection during non-working hours.



RM 5.00 per hour or part thereof for every authorized officer involved.


Transportation charge to premises of exporter for conformity inspection:


(a) minimum transportation charge for first 100 km from the main or any branch office of the Authority
(b) transportation charge after 101 km


(a) RM 100.00

(b) RM 0.70 per kilometer


Deposit for conformity inspection to be paid upon submission of Notice for conformity inspection, which shall be refundable if the exporter or importer is present at the time schedule for the conformity inspection and which shall be forfeited if the exporter or importer is absent during the time scheduled for the conformity inspection :




  1. during working days




  1. during weekly or public holidays



(a) RM 50.00


(b) RM 100.00

Fifth Schedule

(Regulations 8 and 10)
FEDERAL AGRICULTURAL MARKETING AUTHORITY

(GRADING, PACKAGING AND LABELLING OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE) REGULATIONS 2008


CERTIFICATE OF CONFORMITY OF

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE FOR EXPORT/IMPORT*




PARTICULARS OF EXPORTER / IMPORTER*


Name:

Address:



Registration No. / Corporation No.*:



Licence No.:
Permit No.:


Telephone No.:

Fax No.:



PARTICULARS OF EXPORT/IMPORT*


Agricultural produce:

Country of origin:


Packer :

Export point/Import point *:


Mode of transport:

Air*


Sea*

Road*


Destination *:

GRADE CERTIFICATION





Lot No.

No. of Boxes

Grade

Approximate weight

















































* Delete where inapplicable
We certify that the agricultural produce specified above have been graded, packaged and labelled in accordance with the requirements of the Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority (Grading, Packaging and Labelling of Agricultural Produce) Regulations 2008.
Issued by the Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority of Malaysia
Date and place of issue :

Name of authorized officer :

Signature :

Made 2008

[KP/LA/483/9 Jld. 5; PN(PU2) 145/V]

DATO’ PADUKA HAJI BADRUDDIN BIN AMIRULDIN



Chairman

Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority

Approved 2008

[KP/LA/483/9 Jld. 5; PN(PU2) 145/V]

DATO’ MUSTAPA BIN MOHAMED



Minister of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry





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