Chicken expected to cost more when ceiling price is removed on July 1

21/6/2022 6:41:00 PM

The price of chicken is expected to go up to around RM10 per kg after July 1 when the ceiling price is removed, says Nanta. Read more:

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The price of chicken is expected to go up to around RM10 per kg after July 1 when the ceiling price is removed, says Nanta. Read more:

PUTRAJAYA: The price of chicken is expected to go up to around RM10 per kg after July 1 when its ceiling price is removed, says Datuk Seri Alexander Nanta Linggi .

PUTRAJAYA: The price of chicken is expected to go up to around RM10 per kg after July 1 when the ceiling price is removed, says Datuk Seri Alexander Nanta Linggi.The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister said livestock farmer groups have told the ministry that even though chicken prices will increase, they have given their assurance that it will not go up exponentially.

ALSO READ:Chicken prices expected to increase above RM10 per kg after June 30, says livestock farmers' group"The livestock farmer groups told me that chicken prices will indeed go up a bit after the subsidy is removed. It will be around RM10 or so per kg, but it won't be as high as RM12.50 per kg.

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What happened to our kerajaan Islam?They promised to take care of rakyat. The whole cabinet together cannot resolve the local chicken price....what will happen to the national economy then? Kejayaan keluarga kan Kenaikan harga ayam tidak akan membebankan rakyat... 😏😏😏 Syaitan manusia menguasai kerajaan

This guy isn't thinking straight, should take time off & go visit a reputable psychologist for help, he's sick!! Kabinet paling tak berguna dlm sejarah Negara setakat Ini. Should be more , can’t afford don’t eat lah simple

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Chicken prices may soar once floated, says Nanta PUTRAJAYA: The price of chicken is expected to go up to around RM10 per kg after July 1 when the ceiling price is removed, says Datuk Seri Alexander Nanta Linggi.The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister said the subsidy scheme, implemented on Aug 1 last year, was meant to be a temporary three-month move but was extended until now.× Copy URL The price of chicken from July 1 without government subsidy will range from RM10 to RM12.The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister said livestock farmer groups have told the ministry that even though chicken prices will increase, they have given their assurance that it will not go up exponentially.

The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister said livestock farmer groups have told the ministry that even though chicken prices will increase, they have given their assurance that it will not go up exponentially. ALSO READ: Chicken prices expected to increase above RM10 per kg after June 30, says livestock farmers' group "The livestock farmer groups told me that chicken prices will indeed go up a bit after the subsidy is removed. "However, for cooking oil sold in 1kg polybag packets, which is capped at a ceiling price of RM2. It will be around RM10 or so per kg, but it won't be as high as RM12. THE price of chicken from July 1 without government subsidy will range from RM10 to RM12.50 per kg. Nanta said the government spent up to RM20mil a month for the subsidy scheme. "However, the ministry will constantly monitor the prices on the market and if we find traders increasing their prices and breaching the Price Control and Anti-Profiteering Act, we will take action without hesitation," said Nanta at a press conference after attending an engagement session with industry players and consumer groups at his ministry here on Tuesday (June 21). ALSO READ: The maximum price scheme for chicken and eggs was implemented last Feb 5 and had been scheduled to end on June 5, but the government extended the deadline to June 30.

ALSO READ: The maximum price scheme for chicken and eggs was implemented last Feb 5 and had been scheduled to end on June 5, but the government extended the deadline to June 30.70 for a 5kg bottle, RM6.50, he said associations involved in chicken farming stated prices will not reach that level. Currently, the ceiling price for standard chicken is set at RM8.90 per kg in Peninsular Malaysia.70 for 2kg and RM18. Article type: free .