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The manipulation of Petrol Subsidy – RON95 should be cheaper?

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If RON97 is the better fuel and at RM2.90 without subsidy while RON95 is the cheaper fuel with subsidy at RM1.90, the subsidy by government should be less than RM1.00.

Government subsidized RM1.45 for RON95?

Therefore the cheaper RON95 fuel = RM1.90 + RM1.45 subsidy = RM3.35?

Is the Government forcing rakyat to use cheaper fuel so that our cars need more maintenance?

If RON97 (RM2.90) is cheaper than RON95 (RM3.35) then why not subsidize RON97 so that rakyat use better fuel and cheaper too (RM2.90 – RM1.45 = RM1.45 per litre?)

See who is cheating who.

I was chatting with my friends when one of them asked if we know how much is the subsidy for RON95.

This prompted me to find out and below is what I discovered.

The frustration –:-

RON95 Cost More Than RON97 Without Subsidy – OnlyAtMalaysia.blogspot.com
RON95 Cost More Than RON97 Without Subsidy – OnlyAtMalaysia.blogspot.com
– onlyatmalaysia