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VEP fees for S'pore cars long overdue

From HANG JEBAT JR, of Johor Baru

Don’t be hasty with the VEP fees

From DISAPPOINTED of Johor Baru.

Kedah will also impose VEP fee on vehicles

SUNGAI PETANI: Taking a leaf from Johor’s book, Kedah is set to also impose a vehicle entry permit (VEP) on foreign-registered vehicles entering Malaysia from Thailand.

MP: Govt should explain VEP turnaround

JOHOR BARU: The vehicle entry permit (VEP) planned for foreign-registered vehicles entering Malaysia through the Causeway and Second Link here was first mooted in 2006 but the proposal was scrapped.

VEP could affect ties with Singapore, say traders

JOHOR BARU: Business associations have described Malaysia’s proposed fee on foreign vehicles entering Johor through the Causeway and the Second Link as unwise.

Plug leakages first

TIME and again, the issue of fuel subsidies rears its head in the national economic discourse – government urging the need for fiscal prudence; consumer groups protesting against price hikes; and middle-income group laments being squeezed in the middle.

Treasury pulse

THE US dollar has navigated a busy week with welcome exchange rate relief for American importers.

Wee: Fee for foreign vehicles will not affect tourist arrivals

GELANG PATAH: The proposed Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) fee for foreign vehicles entering Johor Baru via the Causeway and Second Link is not expected to deter Singaporeans from entering the state.

VEP won’t keep Singaporeans away

From JUSTICE SEEKER of Kuala Lumpur.

VEP fee will have minimal impact on Singaporeans, says Wee

GELANG PATAH: The proposed Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) fee for all foreign vehicles entering Johor Baru will have minimal to no impact on Singaporeans entering the city via the Causeway and Second Link.