MALAYSIA: Government to cut price on "sugar-free" drinks - report
The Malaysian Government is to consider implementing proposals to cut the price of sugar-free beverages
The Malaysian Government is to consider implementing proposals to cut the price of sugar-free beverages, according to reports.
The move, Canadean reported last week, is in a bid to encourage consumers to purchase healthier beverages.
Malaysia's domestic trade, cooperatives and consumer minister, Ismail Sabri, was quoted as saying: "This will encourage consumers to order sugarless drinks. It will be good for their health and it will also be good for their pockets."
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