Friday, October 28, 2016

3162) KEKAL HARGA MINYAK MASAK 1 KG LANGKAH BIJAK – UTUSAN ONLINE – 27/10/2016

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KUALA LUMPUR 27 Okt. — Kerajaan perlu mencari jalan bagi memastikan jumlah minyak masak peket satu kilogram (kg) mencukupi bagi menampung permintaan yang dijangka meningkat berikutan pelaksanaan Skim Penstabilan Harga Minyak Masak berkuat kuasa bulan depan.

Timbalan Presiden Gabungan Persatuan-persatuan Pengguna Malaysia (FOMCA), Mohd. Yusof Abdul Rahman berkata, walaupun langkah kerajaan mengekalkan harga minyak masak peket amat dialu-alukan, namun terdapat kebimbangan baru mengenai sejauh mana bekalan ketika ini dapat menampung permintaan.

Katanya, peningkatan permintaan tidak dapat dielakkan kerana harga minyak masak dalam botol selepas ini tidak akan lagi ditentukan kerajaan dan pastinya akan ada pengguna yang beralih kepada minyak masak peket.

“Minyak masak peket berkemungkinan besar akan berdepan masalah kekurangan bekalan dan jika ini berlaku akan menyukarkan pengguna. Justeru, saya berharap kementerian dan pengilang akan meneliti kemungkinan ini dengan menyediakan pelan terbaik,” katanya ketika dihubungi Utusan Malaysia di sini hari ini.

Beliau mengulas pengumuman Menteri Perdagangan Dalam Negeri, Koperasi dan Kepenggunaan, Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainuddin berikutan penstrukturan semula subsidi yang menyaksikan harga minyak masak peket satu kg kekal RM2.50 manakala minyak masak botol yang lebih besar ditentukan mengikut harga pasaran berkuat kuasa 1 November ini.

Sementara itu, Ketua Aktivis Persatuan Pengguna Islam Malaysia (PPIM), Datuk Nadzim Johan berkata, tindakan kerajaan mengekalkan harga minyak masak peket cukup melegakan rakyat yang sebelum ini gelisah apabila terdapat khabar angin barangan kawalan itu akan dinaikkan.
Katanya, pada masa sama, kerajaan diharap dapat mencari mekanisme baharu dengan memberikan subsidi kepada yang lebih memerlukan sekiranya harga minyak sawit di pasaran antarabangsa terus melonjak.

“Ini yang saya harapkan. Biarlah barangan yang diberikan subsidi dinikmati mereka yang memerlukan. Bukannya sewenang-wenangnya diseludup dan dibeli penduduk negara jiran,” ujarnya. – UTUSAN ONLINE



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3161) PENGUAT KUASA HANGAT-HANGAT TAHI AYAM, LEMAH INTEGRITI - UTUSAN MALAYSIA - 28/10/2016

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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

3158) CALL TO MONITOR SUBSIDY PAYMENTS – THE SUNDAILY – 23/10/2016

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PETALING JAYA: There is mixed reaction to the 2017 Budget announced by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak on Friday.

While the public generally welcomes the government subsidies for essentials, consumer groups say this practice of dishing out subsidies should be monitored thoroughly by the government.

Malaysian Muslim Consumers Association (PPIM) representative Datuk Nadzim Johan Johar said the act of continuously giving out subsidies is not the best way as it affects taxpayers in the long term.
“As the government keeps giving out subsidies, along with BR1M (Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia), it needs to monitor the situation because there are those who aren’t eligible who may benefit too,” he said when contacted today.

He cited as an example Second Finance Minister Datuk Johari Abdul Ghani’s statement inMingguan Malaysia on people who have been known to sell subsidised cooking oil outside of the country, resulting in the government losing RM540 million annually.
Johari said the government had subsidised 85,000 tonnes of cooking oil, which falls under the controlled items scheme.

Under the new budget, RM10 billion fuel subsidies have been channelled towards cooking gas, toll charges and public transport.
A RM1.3 billion allocation to subsidise rice, seeds and fertilisers including hill paddy was also added to the list.

The Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC), while welcoming the government’s decision to subsidise prices of cooking gas, toll and public transportation for the people, expressed disappointment that there are no benefits for private-sector employees.

Its secretary-general N. Gopal Kishnam said the contributions of private-sector employees are also important to the growth of the economy and should not have been sidelined.

He said among the issues not included in the budget are the request to increase minimum wage to RM1,200 nationwide and a RM300 cost-of-living allowance for private-sector employees.

Meanwhile, the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) had reportedly said it hopes the new income tax scheme designed for companies from next year will address retrenchment issues in the country.
MEF executive director Datuk Shamsuddin Bardan said as the tax reduction would be related to the company’s performance, this would help the company be more profitable and manage their human resources operations more efficiently to increase productivity.

He said with the tax reduction, companies would be motivated to upgrade skills and technologies to improve productivity. http://ift.tt/2epNad5



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3157) TINDAKAN TEGAS TERHADAP PIHAK CETUS KEKELIRUAN – UTUSAN MALAYSIA – 25/10/2016

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3156) CONSUMER GROUP DEMANDS ACTION OVER PORK BURGER NAMED ‘P. RAMLY’ - MALAY MAIL - 25/10/2016



KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 25 ― The Muslim Consumers Association of Malaysia (PPIM) has urged the authorities to take action against a restaurant for naming a pork burger “P. Ramly”, claiming it confused the public.
Malay daily Berita Harian reported today PPIM head Datuk Nadzim Johan as saying that the Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry (KPDNKK) should take action because the restaurant’s actions in purportedly “confusing” consumers were an offence.
“According to the Consumer Protection Act 1999, action can be taken against businesses who give a confusing picture about their goods or services,” Nadzim was quoted saying.
The poster of the “P. Ramly” burger placed in front of the restaurant at a shopping centre in Damansara, as shown in the Berita Harian report, however, clearly states that the dish has pork.
“Introducing P. Ramly ― juicy pork patty wrapped in an omelette, fresh lettuce, pickled onions, Thousand Island dressing, chilli sauce & mayonnaise,” reads the poster.
A restaurant worker was also reported telling Berita Harian that the “P” in the name referred to “pork”.
However, the newspaper reported two women who claimed that the use of the name “P. Ramly” was confusing, with one of them saying that it appeared to be disrespecting the late artiste Tan Sri P. Ramlee.
“Even though the spelling is different, but it sounds almost the same. P. Ramlee is a big name in this country,” shopper Nur Alia Abdullah Tahir, 21, was quoted saying.
Executive Nurhafeezah Che Haludin, 20, reportedly claimed she almost bought the burger because of the poster.
“The advertisement was placed where people usually walk, as if they want to attract the attention of all consumers, including Muslims. This causes confusion,” she was quoted saying.
The report came after a brouhaha over the “pretzel dog” name by US pretzel chain Auntie Anne’s for its hot dogs here that were purportedly one of the reasons its application for halal certification failed.

3155) DESAKAN AMBIL TINDAKAN TEGAS SENGAJA HINA SENIMAN AGUNG – BERITA HARIAN – 25/10/2016

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Monday, October 24, 2016

3154) MAJLIS DIALOG IMIGRESEN - PUTRAJAYA - 24/10/2016





3153) KASIH BERSATU DI JINJANG PELAMIN - SINAR HARIAN - 23/10/2016



3152) SEMINAR KESEDARAN DAN PENCEGAHAN ALKOHOL UNTUK PEMIMPIN BUKAN KERAJAAN (NGO) SERTA KOMUNITI - 22/10/2016






3151) PENGGUNAAN KADS1M WAJAR DITUMPU DALAM KAMPUS – BERITA HARIAN – 24/10/2016

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3150) ISI MASA MUDA DEMI MASA DEPAN – HARIAN METRO – 24/10/2016

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3149) SUBSIDI : LAKSANA UNDANG-UNDANG LEBIH TEGAS ATASI PENYELEWENGAN – UTUSAN MALAYSIA – 24/10/2016

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3148) BANTU TETAPI JANGAN MEMANJAKAN – UTUSAN MALAYSIA – 24/10/2016

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3147) DI TIPU HIDUP-HIDUP – HARIAN METRO – 23/10/2016

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3146) ANDA TANYA PPIM JAWAB – METRO AHAD – 23/10/2016

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Saturday, October 22, 2016

3145) TEMUBUAL BERSAMA BERITA RTM - ULASAN BAJET 2017 - 22/10/216




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