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Kramer, Katherine. 2001 ‘Manufacture and Repair.’ Legal Controls on Small Arms and Light Weapons in South East Asia; Occasional Paper No. 3, p. 13. Geneva: Small Arms Survey, the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva and Nonviolence International South East Asia. 1 July

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Manufacture and Repair

In the case of Malaysia, manufacturing firms are government owned, but operated by a private company set up by the government.

Malaysian law specifies that a government representative must be present at any meeting of the company's board. The manufacturing licence specifies the type and quantity of products that can be manufactured, as well as the security and safety measures that must be followed.

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