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|MyCoID : |726422-D |
|Company Name : |AFILA RECETA SDN. BHD. |
|Company Address|86 Jalan Penerbit U1/43 |
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| |Temasya Industrial Park |
| |Glenmarie |
|Postcode : |40150 |
|City : |Shah Alam |
|State : |SELANGOR |
|Tel : |03-5569157|Fax : |03-55691570 |
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|Email : |afila@afilareceta.com |
|Website : |www.afilareceta.com |
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