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Guan Eng urges govt to delay 10% tax on online goods

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The Sales Tax (Amendment) Bill 2022 was recently passed to impose a 10% sales tax by January 1 on goods priced below RM500 purchased online from foreign sellers. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, August 12, 2022.

THE government must defer the 10% tax on low-value goods (LVG) sold online until the recession is over, said Lim Guan Eng. 

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“While there is a need to create a level playing field by imposing the same tax on foreign suppliers imposed on local suppliers, the government should have waived (the tax) as it will only impact the lower-income groups,” said the DAP chairman in a statement today.


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