Malaysia Budget (Page 2)

  • Budget 2011: other motoring and transport related news

    Besides the news of the removal of the 50% excise duty of hybrid vehicles in Paul’s earlier story, there were some other items related to motoring and transport in Budget 2011. Effective January 1 next […]


  • Budget 2010: what it means for Malaysian motorists

    Our PM Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has just revealed the annual budget for the year 2010, which is his first since taking office on April 3rd 2009. The RM191.5 billion budget would be the […]


  • Budget 2009: what it means for the motorist

    There are only two announcements made during the unveiling of the Budget 2009 yesterday that directly applies to motorists. One is a change in the road tax structure for diesel cars. Effective from the 1st of September 2008, the road tax rates for diesel cars will be changed to be the same as petrol cars.


  • Budget 2007 for the automotive industry

    All of us have at least some reason to be glad with the new Budget 2007. The absurd idea of scrapping motor vehicles above 10/15 years of age was not implemented in the budget, not […]



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