Ramadan traders: No alternative but to pay more than RM3k for a lot

Shakira Buang

Modified 15 Jun 2018, 3:47 am

Traders at the capital's premier Ramadan bazaar along Jalan Masjid India said they had no choice but to fork out upwards of RM3,000 for a lot as it was a highly coveted area.

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