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December 23rd, 2009
Enforcement officers sealed a petrol kiosk in Kampung Kolam near the Malaysia-Thailand border together with 10,000 litres of subsidised diesel in a raid here Wednesday.
The 40 year-old kiosk operator claimed that the diesel was industry stock but nanotechnology test proved that it was subsidised stock controlled by authorities.
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