Lifting of chicken export ban to be decided after review of data, says minister
Annuar Musa says the same goes for the setting of new ceiling prices for chicken and eggs.
Govt studying call to lift export ban on chicken
Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob says the government will consider reviewing the ban if exports can be allowed without affecting local supplies.
Ban on chicken exports only a temporary measure, agriculture minister says
Ronald Kiandee says just over 8,900 subsidy applications by broiler chicken and egg-laying chicken breeders had been approved as of end-July, amounting to RM748 million.
Chicken prices capped at RM9.40 per kg in peninsula
The ceiling price for eggs meanwhile will range from 45 sen each for Grade A eggs to 41 sen for Grade C.
Sarawak caught in a chicken-egg dilemma?
Chicken meat appears to be still in supply, but wet markets and supermarkets are struggling with a shortage of eggs.
No hike in electricity tariffs, PM says
Ismail Sabri Yaakob also says that the price of chicken will not be floated, and that a new ceiling price will be set.
Govt to axe price ceiling control for chicken and eggs, subsidies for bottled cooking oil
Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Alexander Nanta Linggi says chicken prices will be floated while the needy will be given targeted financial aid.
Agriculture ministry freezes permit fees for livestock feed imports
It says the high cost of raw materials for feed has contributed to the increase in food prices.
Malaysia eases chicken export ban after squawks of protest
However, the curbs are only being eased on a small number of chicken types, and not the one most commonly exported to Singapore.
No subsidies for chicken breeders from July 1
Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob says the subsidy will instead be channelled directly to the people who are in need of assistance.
Chicken cartel probe almost complete, says deputy minister
MyCC is currently investigating reports on the cartel's involvement in controlling chicken prices.
Singapore’s ‘national dish’ in the crossfire as Malaysia’s chicken export ban begins
Restaurants and street stalls in the city-state are faced with hiking prices or shutting down altogether as their supplies dwindle.