Stay the course with subsidy rationalisation

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There must be no U-turns on implementing the fuel subsidy rationalisation policy because of pressure from vested interests and political groups.

Government leaders must bite the bullet when implementing policies perceived to be unpopular but which, in the long-term, will make our economy more resilient for the benefit of the people and the nation.

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