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.
Singapore’s investor-friendly tax and legal regimes make the country an ideal destination to establish a financial treasury center.
Private and public companies in Myanmar are obligated to audit their accounts as well as hold annual general meetings once a year.
Private and public companies in Brunei are obligated to audit their accounts as well as hold annual general meetings once a year.
Myanmar introduced the 2020 Union Taxation Law, which sets out the latest rates for income tax, gemstone tax, commercial tax, and specific goods tax.
Myanmar’s government issued Notification 79 of 2020, which describes the latest tax compliance measures for non-profit organizations.
Cambodia’s Minister of Finance and Economy issued a new regulation that sets out the criteria for certain businesses to be independently audited.
Indonesia’s Director-General of Tax has determined the criteria for which foreign digital service providers can collect VAT.
Cambodia’s government has issued a variety of new measures to assist businesses impacted by the coronavirus outbreak.
ASEAN Briefing explains the incentives issued by Thailand’s Board of Investment (BOI) for manufacturers of medical equipment in the country.