Kos Kehidupan B07. Subsidi Minyak Bersasar

B07-01: Memberikan subsidi minyak kepada golongan motorsikal 125 cc ke bawah dan kereta 1300 cc ke bawah

PAKATAN HARAPAN MS30 May 10, 2018

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Sedang Dijalani
Sep 2019

'We're just waiting our turn to present fuel subsidy paper to cabinet'

Malaysia Kini September 02, 2019

Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Saifuddin Nasution Ismail said today that the cabinet paper on the targeted petrol subsidy will be tabled as soon as possible. "It's good. (We are progressing) according to schedule," he told a press conference after attending the I-Keep Carnival in Kuala Lumpur. "A few weeks back, I informed the media that we were finetuning a few aspects, including on the implementation mechanism and recipient data. We have completed these. "We have completed the paper and we are just waiting to present it to the cabinet, subject to the cabinet decision and amendment. "This is a new policy and we have no experience in implementing it. Definitely, the cabinet members may come up with their own views and I must respect that," he added. On Aug 20, Saifuddin was quoted as saying that the targeted petrol subsidy would be announced in two weeks. The plan, unveiled under Budget 2019, entitles owners of cars and motorcycles with engine capacities lower than 1,500cc and 125cc respectively to subsidies of up to 30 sen per litre of RON95 petrol. Putrajaya initially targeted implementation in the second quarter of the year. It is now understood that the subsidy will be rolled out by the end of 2019. Saifuddin previously said that the subsidy would either be channelled into recipients' bank accounts or via a petrol card. In June, the Malay Mail quoted a source saying that the government had decided on the former.

Nov 2018

Harga petrol RON95 diapungkan, subsidi 30 sen

Utusan Online November 03, 2018

KUALA LUMPUR 2 Nov. - Kerajaan akan mengapungkan semula harga petrol RON95 di pasaran berdasarkan Mekanisme Harga Automatik (APM) yang pernah diperkenalkan oleh kerajaan Barisan Nasional (BN) sebelum ini. Menteri Kewangan, Lim Guan Eng berkata, keputusan itu dibuat dalam usaha meningkatkan kecekapan penggunaan sumber di samping membendung ketirisan berikutan perbezaan harga minyak dan penyeludupan rentas sempadan. Katanya, kerajaan akan memberi subsidi petrol RON95 sebanyak 30 sen seliter terhad kepada 100 liter sebulan bagi kereta atau 40 liter bagi motosikal. "Mekanisme baharu ini dijangka bermula pada suku kedua 2019. Untuk ini, RM2 bilion diperuntukkan dan dijangka dapat memanfaatkan seramai 4 juta pemilik kereta dan 2.6 juta pemilik motosikal," katanya semasa membentangkan Belanjawan 2019 di Parlimen, di sini sebentar tadi. Katanya lagi, Pakatan Harapan (PH) melalui manifestonya telah berjanji untuk memberi subsidi minyak secara bersasar kepada pemilik kereta persendirian dengan kapasiti enjin 1,300cc dan ke bawah atau pemilik motosikal 125cc dan ke bawah. "Atas rasa keprihatinan, kerajaan telah memutuskan untuk menambahbaik janji tersebut dengan memberi subsidi kepada pihak memiliki sebuah kereta sahaja yang berkapasiti enjin 1,500cc dan ke bawah atau motosikal berkapasiti enjin 125cc dan ke bawah," katanya.-UTUSAN ONLINE