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Not a big rise?
Though the consumers and businesses have vented anger, State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid has claimed the rise in gas prices is 'not too big'. He thinks the hike will not hit the economy. Do you agree with him?
Yes - 60%
No - 40%
Total number of votes: 75
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