As children across Malaysia scurry back to school, parents struggle to keep up with rising costs that the new school year presents.
A high-level panel consists of several ministers will be set up to examine the rise in living costs in January.
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Some retailers are registering more than 40% decline in sales over festive periods in the second half of the year, the Malaysian Employers' Federation (MEF) said today.
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Consumers in peninsular Malaysia can expect higher electricity bill next year as electricity rates increase by 0.73 sen per kilowatt hour (kWh) due to a cut in the power tariff rebate.
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Ranked third in our top 10 most expensive international schools in the Klang Valley, Garden International School offers value that most are unable to get elsewhere.