Chief executives at Market for Alternative Investment-listed firms have called on the Finance Ministry to extend favourable corporate tax rates indefinitely. The MAI CEO Club has submitted a letter to the ministry asking it to maintain the current 20% corporate tax rate indefinitely, or at least for another five years, said Sombat Anuntarumporn,president and managing director of Interlink Communication.
MAI chiefs urge tax cuts for firms
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