Monthly Archives: July 2010

RM1.85/liter for RON95

yup, it is finally here as once again our government reduce their subsidies of their fuel. The reason ‘to ensure economic growth’ but what about car subsidies, aren’t that suppose to be reduce then. Compare car price and petrol price with our neighbouring country is what our government should. When transportation price goes up, our cost of living go up, our manufactured product goes up, our tourism cost goes up, our food goes up and then everthing will increase in price eventually.

But the decision is alwas final, RM1.85/liter is what Malaysian will pay for their RON 95 petrol.

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