What Digital Tax Means For Malaysian e-Commerce

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Based on the Budget 2019 announcement, all imported digital services will be levied with a service tax starting January 2020. We speak to PwC Tax Executive Director, Keegan Ong, on what this means for the Malaysian e-commerce scene moving forward, as well as how we compare to other countries that have introduced similar taxes.

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