Cambodia to clamp down on fake online news World

Cambodia to clamp down on fake online news

The Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts of Cambodia has warned that social media users who broadcast images, audio and video clips with content of a sexual nature, that is inflammatory or racist and harms culture and national traditions are forbidden and will be punished.
Flower shops adapt to pandemic Society

Flower shops adapt to pandemic

COVID-19 has adversely affected the majority of business sectors, forcing them to come up with new approaches to adapt to the harsh situation.
Thailand to expand infrastructure investment fund World

Thailand to expand infrastructure investment fund

Expanding the Thailand Future Fund (TFF) and tax reform are two priority policies that will boost development and help to reduce income inequality, Thai Minister of Finance Uttama Savanayana told the Bangkok Post Forum 2019 on August 5.
Court delays Vinasun lawsuit against Grab Business

Court delays Vinasun lawsuit against Grab

The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Court has adjourned trial proceedings brought against ride-hailing service Grab by Vinasun taxi company, which has accused Grab of unfair business practices and demanded compensation of 41.2 billion VND (1.75 million USD) for losses it has suffered.
Vinasun suit against Grab delayed again Business

Vinasun suit against Grab delayed again

The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Economic Court has once again adjourned the suit filed by taxi operator Vinasun against ride-hailing service Grab, which accuses it of unfair business practices and demands compensation.
Finance Ministry proposes tax law changes Business

Finance Ministry proposes tax law changes

The Ministry of Finance has proposed amendments to the Law on Tax Management, aiming to enhance efficiency of tax collection from multinational companies, cross-border transactions and online businesses.
Malaysia tightens management of online sales World

Malaysia tightens management of online sales

Malaysia’s Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry has forced online sellers to display all necessary information that buyers would want to know before making any transactions.