Malaysia has removed visa requirements for Chinese and Indian travelers as the country aims to boost its tourism industry.
As of January 1, 2024, Malaysia has imposed a new 10 percent sales tax on the import of low-value goods sold online in the country.
Singapore and Malaysia are partnering to create a special economic zone in Malaysia’s Johor state, adjacent to the Singaporean border.
Malaysia wants to develop its semiconductor industry beyond assembly and testing into more value-added production such as integrated circuit design.
Malaysia’s economic corridors offer foreign businesses ample opportunities to invest in sectors that have transformed the country into a leading economic power in Southeast Asia.
Malaysia’s 2024 budget brings forth structural alterations that will notably impact businesses and individuals.
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Malaysia’s government tabled its 2024 budget in mid-October in what was slated as the largest in the nation’s history.
Malaysia has announced two new rules governing transfer pricing norms in the country. Multinational entities should take note.
Malaysia and Laos aim to enhance cross-railway cooperation to improve trade through a Memorandum of Collaboration.