Tax evaders barred from leaving country until they pay up

  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 26 Aug 2014

PUTRAJAYA: Kenneth Chin was flying in to KL International Airport 2 from Australia on Aug 15, a trip he has been making regularly for the past five years, when his passport was barred at an auto-gate.

He checked at a counter – and found out that he had been blacklisted by the Inland Revenue Board. He is one of thousands who now have to settle the matter or they cannot leave the country.

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