MALAYSIA: Malaysia cuts ASEAN import duties but hikes excise duties
The Malaysian government has announced that it will cut import duties on cars from neighbouring ASEAN member countries in line with a regional trade treaty. But at the same time, it also announced that there will be a compensatory increase in excise duty on new cars sold in the country and that local makers would continue to receive excise duty rebates.
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