Tag: Consumers Association of Penang
The pressure group says the floor price is not a deterrence for foreign property buyers with cash to spare.
Housing Committee chairman Jagdeep Singh Deo warns action will be taken against developers who force buyers to take up renovation packages.
Consumer group says CM must realise that Penang’s natural resources are being destroyed and projected ridership won't be that high.
CAP president SM Mohd Idris wanted Malaysians to be more aware consumers and led the way by living a simple, nature-loving life.
With mounting complaints of car defects coming in, the consumer group says there is no legal redress currently for complainants.
If the city council and officers and others involved in the project walk away scot free, it will only promote impunity, says consumer group.
The consumer group supports the government ban on smoking at all eateries and hopes the sale of cigarettes at eateries will stop, too.
Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Saifuddin Nasution Ismail says the receipts are tangible proof that can help the ministry bring errant traders to book.
The consumer body says the state government has misplaced priorities.
Residents’ association in Tanjung Bungah wants Penang Island City Council to preserve trees.
Consumers Association of Penang (CAP) says many financial institutions do not cross-check applicants' backgrounds before approving loans.
Tanjung Bungah Residents' Association now wants urgent Royal Commission of Inquiry into all hill slope developments in Penang.
Consumer groups question the logic used by PLUS.
This reader argues why the no-fault-liability (NFL) scheme is far more superior than liability insurance.
SWCorp has reported that every Ramadan 200,000 tonnes of food enough to feed 180 million people is thrown away.
Consumers association says people have been taking water for granted for long enough.
In the face of high obesity rates, proponents of good health are requesting that Malaysia follow USCF's footsteps by banning sugary drinks in schools, hospitals and campuses.
They say suggestions by consumer bodies can be too idealistic.
CAP President S M Mohamed Idris claims the company seems to accord Malaysian children a lower standard of care.
Higher Education Minister receives assurance from UTM vice-chancellor on corrective steps over issue of lecture slides derogatory to Hindu and Sikh communities.
Despite ban in other countries, Agriculture Ministry's Pesticide Board allows it to be used because 'it is only a probable cancer-causing agent', says CAP chief
Consumers’ Association of Penang claims most airlines do not display 'what you see is what you get' airfares, with many forced to pay add-ons they do not want.
Children, especially, must be educated on the dangers of playing with the liquid heavy metal, says Consumers' Association of Penang President SM Mohamed Idris.
These products, including talcum powder, are linked to ovarian cancer and respiratory problems, says S M Mohamed Idris.