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Finance Minister: Govt To Provide Fuel, Cooking Oil Subsidies Of Up To RM8 Billion This Year
- 14th June 2021
The Malaysian government is expected to provide fuel and cooking oil subsidies of up to RM8 billion this […]
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Government Lowers Petrol Price Cap For RON95 And Diesel By 3 Sen
- 11th February 2021
The government has revised the ceiling prices for RON95 petrol and diesel to RM2.05/litre and RM2.15/litre respectively. The […]
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Government Will Not Implement Petrol Subsidy Programme
- 29th July 2020
The government has decided not to proceed with the petrol subsidy programme that was mooted by the previous […]
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M40 Group Can Register For Petrol Subsidy In Second Quarter Of 2020
- 14th January 2020
Individuals from the M40 category can begin registering for the petrol subsidy programme (PSP) in the second quarter […]
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New Targeted Petrol Subsidy Scheme Postponed Until Further Notice
- 30th December 2019
The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry has announced that the government’s targeted petrol subsidy scheme will be postponed indefinitely.
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Petrol Subsidy Programme Microsite Now Accessible After Security Vulnerability Patched
- 17th October 2019
A security vulnerability on the PSP website allowed full visibility of a recipient's full name and bank account number with their MyKad number.
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Petrol Price Malaysia Live Updates (RON95, RON97 & Diesel)
The RinggitPlus Team
- 15th September 2021
We provide weekly updates on every Friday at 5pm on the prices of RON95, RON97 and Diesel in Malaysia and a chart that shows the movement of fuel prices across a 6-week period. Bookmark this page now!
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Best Fixed Deposit Accounts In Malaysia – September 2021
The RinggitPlus Team
- 1st September 2021
We provide monthly updates on the best fixed deposit rates in Malaysia with tables showing the top 5 rates for the duration of 1, 3, 6, 9, and 12 months.
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Malaysia Personal Income Tax Guide 2021 (YA 2020)
Jacie Tan
- 25th March 2021
That time of the year has come around again – so let’s see how ready you are to […]
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Shopping Responsibly, Is ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’ The Way To Go?
Katrina Balan Quiroz
- 18th June 2021
E-commerce has experienced a boom over the last year with an 87% growth in 2020 compared to 2019 […]