‘Lower toll charges will ease cost-of-living pressure’

PETALING JAYA: The government’s move to ask PLUS Malaysia Bhd to once and for all fix its toll charges at lower rates is expected to slow down hikes in transportation costs, say economists.

Prof Dr Yeah Kim Leng, an economist with Sunway University, said the move, which is part of a plan

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