Tag: Guan Eng
The finance minister says his ministry will not repeat the non-compliance pointed out by PAC.
The finance minister dismisses rumours that the PH government intends to introduce the tax at the coming budget.
He says the finance ministry has not received any instruction from Dr Mahathir Mohamad to replace the chairman or CEO of TM.
The finance minister also says the levy is only for air travel.
Bringing up the project's benefits may be against the Election Offences Act, says the Rantau BN candidate.
Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng says RM5.4 billion was collected from SST last year, more than the targeted collection of RM4 billion.
IGP says 58 reports lodged against the finance minister over his response on the PAS-Umno alliance.
It will be paid within 10 months and will spur economic development, he says.
But the finance minister says Mohamad Sabu did the right thing by allowing the law to take its course in dealing with his son’s case.
DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng says if the sum is from 1MDB, MCA should return the money back to the people.
The finance minister says there is no need to recalibrate the budget now as Putrajaya looks at the average crude oil prices and not daily prices.
The finance minister says this shows rating agencies are confident of the government’s commitment to restore the country's fiscal and financial positions.
The former prime minister heaps scorn on the finance ministry's denial that it failed to prioritise allocations for rural development in Budget 2019.
The former Bank Negara governor said the budget would hopefully provide a direction on how the financial position can be strengthened.
The finance minister says the Real Estate and Housing Developers' Association Malaysia has given its approval.
The Straits Times rebuts Damansara MP Tony Pua's criticism of its reports on the sovereign wealth fund's debt.
According to the Straits Times, the Abu Dhabi state-owned company listed financial commitments amounting to an estimated US$6.89 billion, before interest.
The former finance minister says Lim Guan Eng is playing games by responding to his questions with more questions.
The government welcomes foreigners buying property but there should not be any projects developed exclusively for them, says Lim Guan Eng.
MACC says cuffs and uniforms only for those who are a danger to others or at risk of fleeing detention.
The finance minister says the government must fix its fiscal finances while improving the wellbeing of the rakyat.
The finance minister says the SST threshold is three times higher than the GST previously charged to consumers from restaurants which have an annual turnover of over RM500,000.
He says he will give his full cooperation on the case.
This is after Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng says he will help to lobby for approval from the prime minister and the home ministry.