Anyone know Anas Alam Faizli?
Dateline 2014-10-16, The Rakyat Post:
This morning, the Malaysian government’s fuel subsidy came to an end — or at least temporarily.
This was when as the price of RON95 fuel bought by the government and the price it was sold to the Malaysian public became equal, according to oil and gas expert Anas Alam Faizli.
“As of this morning, it broke even.
“If the retail price retains at RM2.30 (per litre) and the Mean of Platts Singapore (MOPS) drops further, it becomes a tax,” Anas told The Rakyat Post, pointing out that the price of RON95 was trending downward for the past two weeks.