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More than RM500,000 in drugs seized
SHAH ALAM: The police have seized a variety of drugs worth about RM575,892 following raids in Gombak and Klang.
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Sugar tax can reduce diabetes and related conditions: MOF
KUALA LUMPUR: Imposing a tax on sweetened beverages could prompt consumers to choose drinks with less sugar content thus reducing the government’s burden in treating obesity and related conditions, ...
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Sugar tax can reduce diabetes and related conditions — MoF
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 2): Imposing a tax on sweetened beverages could prompt consumers to choose drinks with less sugar content thus reducing the government’s burden in treating obesity and related cond...
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Sugar tax can reduce diabetes and related conditions - MOF
Imposing a tax on sweetened beverages could prompt consumers to choose drinks with less sugar content thus reducing the government’s burden in treating obesity and related conditions, said the Minis...
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Are you paying the ‘sugar tax’ for your favourite drink? Find out here
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 2 — Malaysia finally introduced a so-called “sugar tax” of 40 sen per litre on drinks with sugar content beyond set levels last month, following the footsteps of several Asean ...
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Sugar tax implementation will result in price increases, says Guan Eng
KUALA LUMPUR (July 11): The tax levied on packaged and ready to consume sugary beverages will result in price increases, said Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng.
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Customs: Two-month transition period as sugar tax comes into effect
PETALING JAYA: The "sugar tax" for the import and manufacturing of ready-to-drink packaged sweetened beverages starts on Monday (July 1), and the business community will be given a two-month transition period for its implementation.
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Many to drink less soda
EXCLUSIVE:PETALING JAYA: Over half of Malaysians surveyed in a poll say they would drink less soft drinks once the sugar tax, a move by the government to cut down the obesity level in Asia’s fattest country, kicks in tomorrow.
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We should welcome sugar tax
THE Malaysia Consumers Movement (MCM) applauds the government’s decision to implement a sugar tax beginning July this year.
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Good start but long way to go, experts say ahead of sugar tax
PETALING JAYA: A think tank warns that it will be difficult to change the eating habits of Malaysians, as Putrajaya prepares to impose an excise tax of 40 sen per litre on sweetened beverages.
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Customs D-G: Implementation of excise duty on sweetened beverages postponed to July 1
PUTRAJAYA, March 7 — The government has agreed to postpone the implementation of excise duty on ready-to-drink packaged sweetened beverages to July 1, 2019.
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Sugar rush - soft drinks get ‘sweet deal’ in form of three-month tax delay
The government has decided to postpone implementing a tax on sugary drinks from April 1 to July 1 this year.
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Customers responsible for sugar intake, not mamaks, says association
PETALING JAYA: A restaurant owners association has panned the government’s appeal to mamak shops to reduce the amount of sugar in their drinks once the tax on sweetened beverages takes effect in Apr...
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New tax won’t keep sugar lovers from their fix, government told
PETALING JAYA: Marissa Thomas has a sweet tooth – she will not give up on desserts, no matter how much she may have to fork out for a piece of cake or a slice of pie.
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