Max RM2mil fine for selling RON95 petrol to foreign vehicle owners

PUTRAJAYA: Petrol station operators selling subsidised petrol to foreign-registered vehicles will face stern action, with the law providing for a maximum fine of RM2mil.

Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Alexander Nanta Linggi said instructions had periodically been issued to all fuel companies and petrol station operators near the Singapore border about the ban on the sale of RON95 petrol to foreign-registered vehicles, including motorcycles.

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