Will the NAP 2014 increase your chances of owning your dream car or drive it further from reality? Does it answer the questions that most of us have regarding car prices in Malaysia or does it create more uncertainties? Decide for yourself.
The New Automotive Policy (NAP) announcement, set to be released on 20th January 2014. What are the predictions and expectations?
Toll fare, electricity tariff, cost of taking public transportation, and possibly further cuts in fuel subsidies; 2014 is beginning to look like a bleak financial year as we are hit with various price hikes.
If you are a homeowner in Kuala Lumpur, you can breathe a slight sigh of relief. The hike in assessment rate is still set to take effect but DBKL has announced a reduction in the quantum of increase.
The soaring cost of living is throwing Malaysian household budgets into chaos. Among the hardest to be hit are those from the middle-income group. This constitutes 40% of the workforce in Malaysia and is mostly made up of taxpayers who are not entitled to any financial aid from the government.
As the number of hybrid cars continues expanding in Malaysia, comparing them becomes even more daunting. For a regular drive,... View Article
Malaysians may still be reeling from the recent increases in cost of living. However, we are in for another surprise. It has been reported that Malaysia's electricity tariff is going to be increased as a result of a hike in fossil fuel prices. How much will this affect your electricity charges?