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Vivendi is in talks to sell up to 20% of Universal Music Group (UMG) to Tencent, valuing its prized asset at around €30bil, in an attempt to break into China's growing but tightly-controlled music market.
WASHINGTON: Pakistan needs to mobilise domestic tax revenue to ensure funds for social and development programs, while reducing debt, the acting director of the International Monetary Fund said on Sunday after a meeting with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan
A TAX officer went to buy a bicycle for his kid. The seller asked if he would like to get a receipt and pay the tax, which will result in higher price, or buy the bicycle without the receipt and purchase it at a lower price. So, the tax inspector paused and thought for a moment on, “What should I do?”
NEW DELHI: India’s economy is set for a major boost if Prime Minister Narendra Modi follows through with key campaign promises following his party’s sweeping election victory.
PETALING JAYA: The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has expressed disappointment with the passing of the Departure Levy Bill by Dewan Rakyat, and is urging for its implementation to be reconsidered.
ONE of the most hated tax is the “inheritance tax” which hardly anyone pays in many countries. An inheritance tax, sometimes referred to as an estate tax, may apply to that accumulated amount so that the government can still get a piece of the action even after the family has held a wonderful service for the one who passed away.
PRIMARY Industries Minister Teresa Kok Suh Sim proves me pleasantly wrong during a two-hour exclusive interview at her office in Putrajaya this week.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): Popular fast food franchise KFC Indonesia's recent social media campaign has gone viral because of the mixed response from netizens.
BUKIT TENGAH: Chin Well Holdings Bhd is diversifying into the warehousing business as the company makes plans for its new RM12mil automated warehouse in Shah Alam to start operations this year.
AMMAN (Reuters) - Jordanian authorities deployed hundreds of riot police in the capital and warned activists to stay within the law on Thursday as hundreds of demonstrators staged more protests against tough austerity measures backed by the International Monetary Fund.