KUALA LUMPUR (April 21): The Edge weekly in its latest edition discusses the case for tax reform in Malaysia.
In its cover story, the Edge’s Cindy Yeap wrote that changes to the country’s tax regime are on the cards, whoever wins the upcoming 14th general election (GE14).
The weekly said that in its GE14 manifesto, the ruling Barisan Nasional coalition mentions a revision of individual and corporate income taxes to ensure Malaysia remains competitive regionally while the opposition Pakatan Harapan wants a holistic review of the national tax system.
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