The Malaysian government has issued its second stimulus package to combat the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on to learn more
In February 2020, the Malaysian government issued an emergency stimulus package worth US$4.8 billion to counter the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Malaysia’s National Automotive Policy 2020 aims to propel the country to become a regional leader in automotive manufacturing. Read on to learn more.
The government has increased the minimum wage for major towns under 56 city and municipality councils.
Starting January 1, 2020, foreign digital service providers must pay digital service tax in Malaysia.
Malaysia uses both progressive and flat rates for personal income tax, depending on an individual’s duration and type of work in the country. Read on to learn more.
Malaysia’s 2020 budget provides incentives to attract investment from MNCs and China, while also offering incentives for digitizing. In this article, we look at the salient features of the budget and their implications for businesses.
ASEAN continues to be an important FDI destination for European investors. Read more about Germany’s investments in Malaysia and Myanmar in the third part of our five-part article on German FDI in ASEAN.
Malaysia’s investment environment remains promising for foreign investors. Read more about Malaysia’s latest FDI trends and outlook for 2019 in our latest article.
Labuan offers the benefit of low tax regimes while retaining the protection of Malaysia’s laws and regulations. Read more about how the island is diversifying its financial portfolio of offerings to other niche areas.