Malaysia’s B10 policy implementation delayed again

September 22, 2016 |

In Malaysia, the B10 policy won’t be implemented next month after all, following several delays from its original summer start date. The B10 will cost more than the B7, and is also seen as a burden for implementation in the southern region. The Minister of Plantation Industries and Commodities may have been too enthusiastic about the roll out as it can’t be done until there is consensus among stakeholders and the auto industry is far from being convinced that B10 is viable.

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