Thailand issued new incentives for its electric vehicles industry as part of its plans to become a production base for EVs in Southeast Asia.
In the first of our series covering Singapore’s 2022 budget, we look at the new tax measures impacting businesses and individuals in the city-state.
Laos has reduced its value-added tax (VAT) rate as part of the government’s support of the post-COVID-19 economy.
Cambodia’s Prakas 542 provides the rules for implementing a value-added tax on non-resident foreign e-commerce suppliers.
The Malaysian government has decided to provide a tax exemption on foreign-sourced income for individual taxpayers, backtracking from their earlier proposal made in the 2022 budget.
Circulars 40 and 100 provide new guidelines on tax administration for businesses and individuals.
The latest issue of ASEAN Briefing Magazine, titled “Audit and Compliance in ASEAN: Prepare for 2022”, is out now and available as a complimentary download.
Singapore’s Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) has underlined the basis for which the supply of media sales will be subject to zero percent goods and services tax.
Companies setting up in Singapore are eligible for various incentives that can help reduce their final corporate income tax rate.
Malaysia unveiled a variety of tax measures in its new budget that will impact businesses and individuals in 2022.