Gov’t scraps new GST plan, less than a day after outcry

The Royal Malaysian Customs Department has scrapped plans to subject 60 new food items to the 6 percent goods and services tax from July 1 onwards.

 According to the department’s statement today, the items were removed from the Goods and Services Tax (Zero-Rated Supply) Order 2014, which was gazetted on June 6.
 Customs director-general T Subromaniam said feedback was sought from the finance ministry following media reports on the gazetting of the Order and a decision was made scrap the implementation of the Order.
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