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Old 08-05-2013, 09:22 AM
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Question Is the price of goods started to rise after election?

Gardenia bread, RM 3.80 before election, RM 4.20 after election. Can anyone confirm?



GST implemented? Not sure but please see this.

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Exclamation GST started!

One more evidence:

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I got the info that the gardenia bread price increase is not true.
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On the 6/5/13, after PRU13 results, the shares market shot up to the roof up.

And on the same day, the Ringgits also went up.

Since Malaysians had made up their mind on the next 5 years, the prices of food naturally go up too.
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Did you know? My blood pressure has gone up too.
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Today, the West Australian paper said:-

Power, water price hikes as average WA household is slugged an extra $218 a year.



http://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/a/-...o-rise-by-218/
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The 2nd pic in first post is parking fees. All the while parking fees are subject to 5% before 1 Jan 2012 and now 6% after 1 Jan 2012. It should be known as Govt tax and not GST. So false alarm.
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The 2nd pic in first post is parking fees. All the while parking fees are subject to 5% before 1 Jan 2012 and now 6% after 1 Jan 2012. It should be known as Govt tax and not GST. So false alarm.

Parking fees in the Metro here also have gone up 6%
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Parking fees in the Metro here also have gone up 6%
The rationale is, if you can afford to own a car, you can afford to pay exorbitant parking fees!
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