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101. business | 25 Feb 2015
» KUALA LUMPUR — Long-haul budget carrier AirAsia X suffered an after-tax loss of 519.3 million ringgit ($143. 5 million) in 2014 mainly due to high operating costs and currency depreciation, the company said late Tuesday....
102. business | 24 Feb 2015
» Prices for beer, alcohol and cigarettes likely will go up several baht next month as producers pass on a new 2% sports tax.
103. business | 24 Feb 2015
» Over the last couple of years, tax practitioners have become increasingly aware of suspicious or shady transactions, especially those without a genuine intention, being challenged more frequently by the Revenue Departmen...
104. news | 23 Feb 2015
» LONDON - Troubled global bank HSBC said Monday that net profits fell 15 percent last year, hit by fines and mis-selling compensation, and apologised again over tax-dodging claims at its Swiss division.
105. business | 23 Feb 2015
» The amended ministerial regulation to pave the way for imposing tax on tutorial schools will soon go to Finance Minister Sommai Phasee for approval in a move expected to raise up to 2 billion baht in revenue.
106. business | 20 Feb 2015
» The government is being urged to provide tax privileges to manufacturers and buyers of electric vehicles (EVs) and invest in plug-in charger infrastructure.
107. news | 17 Feb 2015
» PARIS - French judges on Tuesday issued arrest warrants for three former managers at Swiss bank UBS over allegations it helped customers hide money from the taxman in Switzerland.
108. business | 17 Feb 2015
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» The government hopes to open two special economic zones close to the border this year and will offer investors tax breaks and other incentives. The zones — set for Tak's Mae Sot district and Sa Kaeo's Aranyapra...
109. business | 16 Feb 2015
» The government hopes to open two border-region special economic zones this year and will offer investors tax breaks and other incentives.
110. tech | 14 Feb 2015
» MADRID - With plunging sales and advertising, Spain's press is in crisis, but one outlet is thriving: news website El Confidencial, which joined in this week's SwissLeaks tax fraud revelations.