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Mixed views on house prices

KUALA LUMPUR: There are mixed views on whether the price of houses will go up, come down or remain the same when the Goods and Services Tax (GST) kicks in on April 1.


‘Challenging year’ for housing industry

REHDA’S Datuk Ng Seing Liong (pic) does not think the property sector is coming to a halt any time soon.


GST: Some items to be cheaper

KUALA LUMPUR: The prices of television sets, refrigerators, air conditioners, electric irons, hair dryers, diapers and soft drinks are expected to come down with the introduction of the Goods and Services Tax (GST).


Act to check post GST- price hike

The Price Control and Anti-Profiteering Act 2011 is expected to keep the price of goods and services in check once the GST is implemented.


Time for a full audit

Stretch the ringgit with these tricks.


Time for a full audit

Stretch the ringgit with these tricks.


Developers face mixed outlook with GST

KUCHING: Property developers face a mixed outlook this year with the introduction of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) as well as the weak ringgit and drop in fuel prices.


Obstacles to construction growth

PETALING JAYA: Although the construction sector’s outlook is expected to be encouraging this year with the Government announcing a few mega projects in Budget 2015, there are several factors that may affect its growth.


Impact of low oil prices

OIL prices are falling and so is the stock market and the ringgit. The gyration on such markets and assets is a major talking point for many Malaysians and Maybank Investment Bank has released a research note to give its take on the major questions a lot of Malaysians and investors are asking. Below is its analysis on the impact falling oil prices will have on Malaysia:


Don’t use GST on receipts now, companies told

PETALING JAYA: Companies that charge the Sales and Service Tax (SST) now must not change that to “Goods and Services Tax (GST)” on their receipts until it kicks in next year.