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Dateline Lion City: News in brief from Singapore

News briefs from Singapore including: Shoppers ignore sales tax increase; Shelter told to remove diesel tank and leave; Over 900 start year by queuing for free food

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RM145 for printer a mistake, says firm

WHILE surfing the Net at about 2am on Monday, Tan Wei Teck stumbled upon an offer he could not believe #8211; S$66 (RM145) for a Hewlett Packard laserjet printer that normally sells for S$3,854 (RM8440) before Goods and Services Tax (GST).

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Tax rise not a big deal for shoppers

THE increase in the goods and services tax (GST) that kicked in on Thursday seemed a non-event for shoppers in Orchard Road, who were drawn by big discounts and post-Christmas sales.


Budget with host of goodies

Sept 5 to Sept 11: Compiled by IVY SOON


Abdullah proposes that tax panel hold public hearings on GST

The public will be able to give their views on how the proposed Goods and Services Tax (GST) should be implemented to a panel set up to review the country's tax code.

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Tourists to get speedy GST refund soon

TOURISTS to Singapore will soon be able get refunds on goods and services tax (GST) more easily through a new service starting at the end of the year.


Inject funds for fuel subsidy into economy instead

The Government should abolish the fuel subsidy and inject the estimated RM6.6bil directly into the economy to generate growth, said an economic consultant at Morgan Stanley.


Government getting SMEs to contribute more to economy

The government is hoping that Small-and Medium-size Enterprises (SMEs) contribute 20% to the national Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by 2010.


Beware of bogus officers, department warns businessmen

CHEATS posing as officers of the Perak Customs Department may make their rounds to dupe businessmen in Ipoh this month.


Logging and timber businesses not ready for GST

Logging and timber manufacturing businesses in Sarawak are generally still not ready for the implementation of the proposed goods and services tax (GST) on Jan 1, 2007.