Malaysian fish farmers call on gov't to tackle water pollution

Malaysian fishermen say poor-quality seawater is causing financial losses.


    Fish farmers in northern Malaysia are calling on the government to tackle marine pollution.

    They say the poor quality of seawater has caused them financial losses.

    Al Jazeera's Florence Looi reports from the state of Penang.


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