Lim: RON95 to be capped at RM2.20

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  • Wednesday, 02 Jan 2019

A good effort: Lim signing the plaque to mark the launching of the lift upgrading project at Perumahan Kastam in Bukit Gelugor. Looking on is State Customs director Datuk Saidi Ismail (second left).

GEORGE TOWN: The weekly fuel price float will see RON95 petrol capped at a certain price even if the market price goes up, says Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng.

He said the system, expected to be in place within the first week of the year, was different from the previous administration’s.

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