Individuals from the M40 category can begin registering for the petrol subsidy programme (PSP) in the second quarter…
The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry has announced that the government’s targeted petrol subsidy scheme will be postponed indefinitely.
A security vulnerability on the PSP website allowed full visibility of a recipient's full name and bank account number with their MyKad number.
The targeted fuel subsidy will extend to eligible vehicle owners who are not classified in the B40.
The government’s targeted petrol subsidy scheme will be rolled out on 1 January 2020. Here’s how the new subsidy will affect you.
The government will provide a subsidy of RM30 per month for car owners and RM12 for motorcycle owners.
The government will be using electricity bills as a reference point to determine who will be eligible for RON95 petrol subsidies.
The distribution of the new targeted fuel subsidy appears to be finalised, and looks to be a BSH-style cash handout.
Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng announced that the RON95 petrol price will be capped at RM2.08 instead of the previous RM2.20.
The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affair Ministry is in the final phase of finalising eligible recipients for the targeted petrol subsidy programme.