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Taxing Cars

Daniel Fernandez, dsf.my

22-Jan-20 20:00

Taxing Cars

In this week's show, Richard, Daniel and Ariff talk through the government's decision not to sell PLUS highways, its 18% toll reduction and the 20-year extension on the concession agreement. They also discuss rumours of local car prices increasing due to revisions on import duties, and zoom in on the effects that these taxes have on the prices of cars in Malaysia. In Part 2, they continue to "zoom-zoom" with the Mazda CX-30 - learning about its name and its place in Mazda's growing lineup.

Produced by: Ariff Roose

Presented by: Richard Bradbury, Ariff Roose


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Tags:  Pakatan HarapanProtonPeroduaPLUSKhazanahTun Dr. Mahathir MohamadExcise DutiesMITITaxImport TaxMazda CX-30Aviation, Auto, Transport, LogisticsGovernment/Regulatory/Policy MakingPolitics, News, Current AffairsMotoring


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