A total of 129 countries have signed off on a roadmap to grab a fairer tax share of the companies' booming sales.
Lloyds' Chief executive Antonio Horta-Osorio says that given their UK focus, their performance is 'inextricably linked to the health of the UK economy'.
An estimated 75,000 demonstrators, most of them peaceful, were counted across the country.
Its secretary-general J Solomon says under Budget 2019, the new government should focus on wealth redistribution so that the B40 and M40 groups benefit.
Consumers Association of Penang protests against tax-exemption shown for luxury items such as Arowana fish, shark fin, lobsters, light aircraft, helicopters and cruise ships.
Cassa chief dismayed by lack of consultation with 'experts like us' and says prices might go up across the board.
Subromaniam says reconfiguring a cash register systems will not take much time and can be done in half a day or after hours.
Businessmen, professionals and developers find that GST encourages people to work harder, pay less income tax and take home more money.
Barisan Nasional ticks off Pakatan Harapan for ignorance about how GST works and about government financing of ECRL project.
Fanta, Ribena and Lucozade have already cut their sugar content to avoid the tax, but Coca-Cola and Pepsi will both stick with the same recipes.
Yeah Kim Leng says it is a fair move from the revenue perspective but consumers will have to shoulder the burden.
Cassa urges government to emulate UK government in banning such surcharges.
The dispute follows a surprise decision by Israeli officials in Jerusalem to begin collecting property taxes from Christian institutions.
Johor Bahru MP says many other countries have also implemented the GST but none have ever called for it to be revoked.
Think tank warns that reintroducing tax can have severe repercussions on economy.
Researcher says migrants pay four times the charges levied on Malaysians at government hospitals while contributing higher ‘de facto income tax’ compared to locals.
Arshad Ayub says it is, however, time to return to the drawing board to review the achievements and failures, including national economic policies.
Economists warn that heavy taxation will encourage smuggling and push up the cost of enforcement.
Johari says Treasury is looking at making it compulsory for the ride-hailing services to register so they can see how much the ride apps make and tax them from there.
Current rate of 6 percent will stay, 'no plan at all' to raise the rate now, he says in blog posting