ID system for subsidised cooking oil will come with a hefty price, says economist
Ahmed Razman Abdul Latiff says the system could also be misused by irresponsible parties.
Food prices might go up again, economist says after ringgit slump
Barjoyai Bardai says importers need to pay in US dollars.
Residents live in fear of eviction as ECRL project builds in Gombak neighbourhood
The villagers of Kampung Sungai Chinchin say they have not received any explanation from state authorities on the matter.
Low-income group will still be burdened by DuitNow QR fees, experts say
Suggestions are floated for corporate social responsibility efforts and incentives on behalf of the government.
The trouble with making good on institutional reforms
While Pakatan Harapan and Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim have long been associated with the 'reformasi' call, the government has been under fire lately over complaints of unmet promises.
Shops still strong-arming customers on sugar sales despite govt warnings?
Customers say they are still forced to buy premium sugar even if all they want is normal coarse sugar.
Economist pans revival of Najib-era KR1M stores
Carmelo Ferlito cites the initiative's failure in the past.
Traders concerned over looming charges for DuitNow QR use
They say the charges will mount up, presenting an additional challenge for their budgets.
Struggling with price hikes, traders drop out of Menu Rahmah initiative
They say the rising costs are making it too difficult for them to continue absorbing the cost of the affordable meals.
Can Muda make it as a third force?
With just one parliamentary seat in its possession, questions have been raised about the party's future after leaving the government bloc.
Restaurants face spectre of closure as price hikes continue
Many eateries are grappling with the increase in price of raw goods and other operational costs such as rent.
'Many requests but no funds': Opposition MPs make do without govt allocations
Some say they have been dipping into their own savings to help their constituents.
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