Tag: Finance Ministry
Sarawak says it has been been told by Education Minister Maszlee Malik the repairs cannot proceed until they receive the go-ahead from the finance ministry.
The finance minister says the government prioritises the payment of staff salaries and EPF contributions.
Dr Michael Jeyakumar says the money in the trust fund will continue to be under-utilised if there is no change in the rate of claims approved.
Amiruddin Hamzah says the government will carry out due diligence to determine the final value.
Najib Razak says despite savings of RM122 million, Malaysia has lost the chance of creating more jobs for the people and generating income from the spillover effects.
The Batang Sadong MP says the finance minister should not forget that Sarawak is the third-highest contributor to the GDP.
Consultant says the studies will show if the proposed takeover of four toll highways is feasible.
Some ministerial aides appear to have great power in decision-making.
Tony Pua says the proposed acquisition allows the government and highway users to reap RM7.3 billion in savings in the future while ensuring market stability.
The finance minister says this is in recognition of their contributions to the nation.
Finance ministry official tells Najib Razak trial that SRC International also failed to provide information about its account in a Swiss bank which it claimed had been ‘frozen’.
The Penang chief minister says without PSR, there will not be any LRT approval.
Finance minister says Malaysia is reaping benefits from the US-China trade war.
The finance ministry says this is to facilitate BSH payments which were previously hampered by errors in bank account registrations.
It is evaluating high-cost projects and identifying government-guaranteed debt to be restructured.
The finance minister says Malaysia's inclusion alongside other major trading economies like Germany, South Korea, Japan and Singapore only emphasises its economic strength.
The finance ministry says it is subsidising fuel prices by RM126.52 million for the period from May 25 to May 31.
Najib Razak signed the guarantee letter on March 27, 2012 but finance ministry official Maliami Hamad only wrote to KWAP the following day to approve the loan to SRC.
Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng criticised for announcing aid only for rubber smallholders in Sabah.
The prices of RON95 and diesel remain unchanged, says finance ministry.
The finance ministry says the initial cost of the infrastructure projects was RM13,932 million.
Finance ministry says RON95 and diesel prices are being subsidised to reduce the people's cost of living.
The finance ministry says proceeds from the bond offering will be used for general purposes and financing development.
This will benefit 1.2 million students and involves an allocation of RM120 million.