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IN any discussion of tax matters, one should be aware that the matter of tax collection is not simply an act of the ruling elite passing a law to plan expenses to run a government, funded by increasing taxes from individuals and organised economic units, said Sunway University Business School economics and finance department head Prof Mohamed Ariff Syed Mohamed.
PARIS (Reuters) - Once an early adopter of the coronavirus-proof 'namaste' greeting, French President Emmanuel Macron was showing signs of letting his guard down almost a year into the pandemic.
PARIS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron met numerous heads of state and high-level officials in the 10 days before he tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday, including most European leaders at a summit on Dec 10-11.
BARCELONA/ROME (Reuters) - Thirty-year-old Pep Iglesies emigrated to Canada from Spain in August for a new job that is much like his old one – taking care of coronavirus patients and working as a cardiologist.
Undoubtedly, the goods and services tax (GST) in Malaysia is a polarising issue. However, as noted by the OECD, Malaysia’s tax structure may need to be adapted for a post-Covid-19 era to restore public finances and fund future growth.
THERE is no denying the importance of a strong educational foundation towards building the generation of tomorrow.
THE unprecedented nature of the Covid-19 pandemic has set in motion one of the most abrupt disruptions in decades, which has seriously affected labour market conditions.
PETALING JAYA: Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) member countries are going after tax evaders as the Covid-19 pandemic has taken a toll on economies.