Penang can't hide embarrassment over 50,000 dead fish

Susan Loone

Modified 19 Aug 2019, 3:05 am

INTERVIEW | With Penang hosting some 350 delegates at the 2019 World Seafood Congress (WSC) next month, concerns are mounting over reports of 50,000 dead fish in the waters of Teluk Bahang.

Asked how the state would play down the matter, Penang Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow admitted that it would be impossible to do so...

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