KUALA LUMPUR: A meeting between the Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry and the management of Suria KLCC will be held on Tuesday over the mallâ€™s decision to relocate local fashion boutique BritishIndia.
Minister Datuk Seri Hasan Malek (pic) said representatives from BritishIndia would also be attending the meeting at his office in Putrajaya.
He said the meeting was in an effort to find a solution over a directive from the management of Suria KLCC for BritishIndia to relocate.
“Let’s sit down and look at the matter together. I only ask for mutual understanding between them. It is better that we use the win-win principle,” he said after attending a ceremony to hand over a bus sponsorship by Bank Rakyat to the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) here, Monday.
Also present at the ceremony was FAM president Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah.
Recently, the management of Suria KLCC was reported to have directed BritishIndia to move to another location at the renowned shopping centre.
The latter believed the premises would be rented out to a foreign fashion brand.
“This matter also has something to do with the law and rental agreement. This is what we will look at together tomorrow (Tuesday),” Hasan said.
During the ceremony, Bank Rakyat handed over a bus for FAMâ€™s use, which was part of efforts to support the national sports industry. — BERNAMA