Malaysian The news platform published an article discussed recent Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob’s statement about measures taken to stabilise supplies and prices in the country.

The Malaysian government is implementing preventive actions to the latest issue related to food supply disruptions and food prices spike that threaten its citizens.

To tackle the issue fuelled by Russia-Ukraine war, the government administers short, medium, and long-term measures to stabilise food supplies and prices that rised more than 30 per cent. Short -term measures include cancellation of the approved permit (AP) requirement to import foodstuffs and implying a ban on the chicken export. Additionally, states planning to establish Agrofood Fund with the resource amounted 500 mln to support constant supply of chicken, meat and fish.

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