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    Commentary: GST hike unavoidable, will probably take place in 2023

    A GST hike has been on the cards for some time. We should also expect further tax increases, possibly stamp duty increases, after the pandemic ...
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    USTR slams India, Italy, Turkey on digital taxes but holds off on tariffs

    Digital services taxes adopted by India, Italy and Turkey discriminate against U.S. companies and are inconsistent with international tax ...
  3. A couple looks at the skyline of Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur

    Commentary: What struggling Malaysians need from this Budget is a stronger safety net – and higher taxes

    A rethinking of Malaysia’s tax regime and social welfare programmes is overdue, says Stewart Nixon.
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    Tax records show Trump tried to land China projects: Report

    Report: Tax records show Trump tried to land China projects
  5. US President Donald Trump says Mexico has to "step up to the plate" and crack down on

    Commentary: Who cares if US President Donald Trump pays only US$750 in taxes?

    On the back of news of Trump's tax returns last week, NUS Business School Professor Simon Poh discusses why paying taxes matter.
  6. U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) task force news briefing

    Manhattan DA probing Trump and his business over more than 'hush-money' payments

    Manhattan's district attorney on Monday suggested a grand jury subpoena for U.S. President Donald Trump's tax returns was part of an investigation ...
  7. The Singapore trade minister said officials were hopeful of reaching agreement on the China-backed

    Commentary: The brewing discontent with trade and one step to restoring faith in globalisation

    For trade-dependent Singapore, global disenchantment with trade and globalisation is something that needs fixing. Reforms to global taxation rules ...
  8. Women "are sick of sexism and discimination, sick of wage inequality," Switzerland's

    Commentary: To measure inequality, we need internationally recognised methods and indicators

    There is a lack of high-quality fiscal and administrative data on capital incomes, say Lucas Chancel, Facundo Alvaredo, Thomas Piketty, Emmanuel ...