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Enough time for goods and services tax implementation

PETALING JAYA: Experts believe the 18-month period given before the goods and services tax (GST) is implemented in late 2011 is enough time to properly disseminate information and educate consumers and businesses.


Tax observers weigh the implementation of GST

THE goods and services tax (GST) has been waiting in the wings for several years now, but it may not be long before it takes to the stage. Although in his Budget 2010 speech, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak did not commit to the implementation of the tax, many observers believe it will happen within two years.


Review sales tax on crude palm oil, says group

KUCHING: The Sarawak Oil Palm Plantation Owners Association is appealing to the state government to review the imposition of the state sales tax (SST) on crude palm oil (CPO).


Team grabs the champion’s crown with a 11-6 win in streetball challenge

TELEPHATIC understanding and good height to boot earned 'You Like Lah'' the Under-21 champion's crown in the first-leg of the AND1 3x3 Streetball Challenge held at the USJ Summit in Subang Jaya.


Govt to lower ceiling price for rice next week

The government will lower the ceiling prices of Super Special Tempatan (SST) rice with five per cent and 10 per cent broken grains and have the new prices gazetted next week.


CIMB Bank picks Wincor deposit machines

CIMB Bank Bhd has selected Wincor Nixdorf's cash deposit technologies for the expansion of its extensive self-service terminal (SST) network.


Unit intercepts lorry of falsely-labelled rice

The authorities have uncovered one of the reasons behind the mysterious disappearance of subsidised Super Local (ST) grade rice in Kedah.


Keep a close eye on my officers, Shahrir tells ACA

Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Shahrir Samad wants the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) to 'keep a close eye' on his officers following recent investigations into diesel smuggling activities involving senior ministry personnel.


Mould talks the Line: Ex-Hüsker Dü and Sugar frontman has a new, classic-sounding album

After nearly three decades of hearing Bob Mould play frosty, downtrodden, bitter-pill music, fans probably aren't expecting or even hoping to find any humour on his latest album, I>District Line/I>. But he's not lying - it is there.


A state of mind

DARYL GOH goes through the latest releases on music store shelves.