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No shortage of sugar in Penang

Shops are not receivingtheir usual supply of sugar but consumers have been advised against panic buying.


Licence needed for selling sugar, flour, cooking oil from June 15

KUANTAN: Domestic Trade, Cooperative and Consumerism Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said traders selling price-controlled items such as sugar, flour and cooking oil will be required to have a retail licence for controlled goods effective June 15.


Chua: MCA against licensing move

PETALING JAYA: The MCA is against the new policy that makes it compulsory for those selling price-controlled items to have retail licences, said party president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek.


Cop who threw uniform into dustbin yet to quit

POLICE have yet to receive the resignation of the policewoman who threw her uniform into the dustbin, i>Sin Chew Daily/iand i>China Press/ireported.


Move to curb hoarding

PUTRAJAYA: Anyone selling sugar, palm-oil-based cooking oil and flour is now required to have a retail licence.


Retailers must get licence to sell sugar, flour, cooking oil (Updated)

KUALA LUMPUR: Retailers are now required to possess a licence to sell three controlled items - sugar, flour and cooking oil - to avoid hoarding and abuse.


Sugar shortage affects business

JOHOR BARU: Cordial manufacturer S. Vathumalai is feeling the pinch with a sugar shortage in the state. The 52-year-old Masai resident said sugar supply has been scarce over the past month as he needs more than 200kg daily for his company.


No hike in petrol, sugar and oil prices

TEMERLOH: The price of petrol, sugar and oil will not be increased soon but people should offer their opinions on how to tackle subsidy dependence to overcome the country's financial burden in the future.


Time for the subsidies to go

News of the Government's plan to remove the subsidies for sugar and petrol caused a public outcry last week. But no matter how politically unpopular it will be, the subsidy regime must eventually be removed, say the experts.


Tackling the sugar shortage

SOME consumers in Mukah have to take their coffee bitter, and it is not by choice.