Govt to review at least RM10bil worth of projects


  • Nation
  • Friday, 01 Jun 2018

PUTRAJAYA: The Government has agreed to postpone a few of the initiatives that it had initially promised under its 100-day election manifesto.

They included targeted petrol subsidies for cars under 1,300cc and motorcycles under 125cc, EPF contributions for housewives, raising the minimum wage, the deferment of National Higher Education Corporation loans for those earning less than RM4,000 monthly and Expanding the Selangor government’s Skim Peduli Sihat nationwide, which offers RM500 basic treatment at registered private clinics for B40 (bottom 40% income group) households.

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