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Malaysia Master Tax Guide 2012
Malaysia Master Tax Guide 2012, 29th edition, edited by CCH Tax consultant Dr Veerinderjeet Singh, includes all tax changes made since the publication of Malaysia Master Tax Guide 2011, including such changes effected by the 2012 Budget and the Finance (No. 2) Bill 2011.
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Date of  Publication : Thursday, 01 December 2011
Original Title : Malaysia Master Tax Guide 2012, 29th ed
Author/Editor : Consultant Editor: Dr Veerinderjith Singh
Publisher/Journal : CCH Malaysia
Price : NA
ISBN/ISBN-13/ISSN : 9789814359092
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