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GST made easy

THE Goods and Services Tax Bill 2009 (GST) is scheduled for a second reading in Parliament next month. When it is passed, it will come into force in mid-2011 at a 4% rate. The GST will create a crucial new revenue source for the Government.


Tax and Malaysia: GST will be implemented eventually

KUALA LUMPUR: It is not a question of if but when the goods and services tax (GST) will be implemented in Malaysia, according to Taxand Malaysia Sdn Bhd managing director Veerinderjeet Singh.


GST delay not due to lack of political will: Husni

The government's decision to postpone tabling of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill for second reading in parliament is not due to lack of political will.


More items in basket of goods

IT was difficult to get comments from the professional bodies on cost of living in the city; both Universiti Malaya and Malaysia Institute of Economic Research (MIER) had said that there was no study done on the subject.


Expectations, apprehensions and concerns on GST

Koong Lin Loong delves into the expectations, apprehensions and concerns on GST.


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Getting to the gist of the GST

The government has argued that the impact of the tax is not that high as it is essentially to replace the current sales and service tax. That consumption tax is a regressive tax.


Silver lining behind the GST

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Consumers need to wake up

The Government has placed great importance on domestic consumption in its New Economic Model instead of just relying on Foreign Direct Investment but two glaring omissions by the World Economic Forum in its Global Competitiveness Report are income disparity and consumer protection.


Washington rejected U.S. embassy request for plane in Libya

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - State Department officials in May denied a request from the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli to allow a security team to continue using an official U.S. DC-3 aircraft, suggesting they could charter a plane instead, an unclassified email obtained by Reuters shows.