Do we need a cost of living minister?

Cheap eats: The Menu Rahmah initiative by the late Salahuddin was a popular move but experts say it isn’t sustainable in dealing with the increasing cost of living. Meanwhile, the Cabinet post that deals with the matter remains vacant. — Filepic/The Star

SOONER or later, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim will announce who will fill the vacant Domestic Trade and Cost of Living Minister post.

It did not happen on Friday, as speculated, when Anwar was seen entering Istana Negara.

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