Tan Sri Rafidah binti Abdul Aziz (born 4 November 1943) is a Malaysian politician and the current Member of Parliament for the Kuala Kangsar constituency since 1986.
Born in Kuala Kangsar, Perak, Rafidah was the former Minister of International Trade and Industry from 1987 to 2008. As minister, she had been the chairman of MATRADE since 1991.
She was also the head of United Malays National Organisation's Woman Wing (Wanita UMNO in Malay) but lost in 2009 UMNO General Assembly election to Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil after seeking reelection for another term.
In 2006, she was accused of corruption related to the issuance of Approved Permits (AP) for importing foreign vehicles by former Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad in his series of criticisms against the Government of Malaysia. Mahathir had also criticised then Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi's handling of the Approved Permits (AP) issue, expressing his surprise that Rafidah Aziz was still retained as a Cabinet member although two people on the list of persons issued with highest number of APs were linked to Rafidah.
In March 2008, following the general election held in that month, she was dropped from cabinet, despite winning her parliamentary seat when other ministers had lost theirs. After thirty two years in government service, and twenty years as a minister, she described herself as being "blessed and content." When asked if she was saddened, she said that she wished then Prime Minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi had told her earlier on not to contest the election.