Malaysia is home to five investment corridors, which offer their own distinct investment roadmaps.
Malaysia has introduced a variety of indirect tax and stamp duty measures in its 2021 national budget that businesses should be aware of in 2021.
Malaysia’s government has introduced several income tax amendments that will impact individual taxpayers for 2021.
Malaysia’s government has issued several tax measures in its national budget that will impact businesses in 2021.
In early January 2021, Malaysia launched the PERMAI stimulus package to support businesses.
Malaysia operates an internationally lauded healthcare system, fueled by investments in world-class facilities and quality human resources.
All companies incorporated in Malaysia must have their accounts audited by a Ministry of Finance approved auditor as mandated by the Companies Act of 2016.
As a middle-income country in ASEAN, Malaysia is an attractive location for expatriate workers, as such understanding the employment permit regime is key.
Malaysia and Singapore will begin reopening the borders between the two countries from August 17, 2020, under the Reciprocal Green Lane, and the Periodic Commuting Arrangement travel schemes.
Malaysia issued its latest stimulus package on June 9, 2020, valued at 35 billion ringgit (US$8.1 billion).