The Future Of Malaysia's FDIs Amid Growing Regional Competition
Dr Geoffrey Williams, Economist, Malaysia University of Science and Technology
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Malaysia has agreed in principle to implement a global minimum tax of 15% on multinational companies. Currently, Malaysia's standard corporate income tax rate is 24%, with some MNCs granted tax exemptions and enjoy preferential rates of zero to 10% according to various concession. Dr Geoffrey Williams, Economist at Malaysia University of Science and Technology, talks about how this may impact foreign direct investment into the country.
Produced by: Sim Wie Boon
Presented by: Keith Kam, Wong Shou Ning
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Categories: Corporates, government
Tags: multinational companies, corporate income tax, global minimum tax, mncs,