Taxation in Cambodia

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Prime Minister Hun Sen’s Cabinet recommended a new investigation into alleged unpaid payroll taxes at civil society organizations on Friday, according to notes from the meeting.

The Cambodian Daily is reporting that gaming tax revenue increased year on year a full 20% in the first half of 2015 to $12 million. A Finance Minister is cited as saying that the increase is due to an increase in Thai gamblers crossing the border to play in Cambodian casinos.

Taiwan signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Cambodia Monday on cooperation in the battle against money laundering, terrorism funding and other major forms of financial crime.

Cambodia’s new anti-corruption unit announced its first arrests Wednesday as one of the world’s most corrupt nations tries to prove it is serious about fighting rampant graft.

Prime Minister Hun Sen left yesterday for a three-day visit to Singapore, where he is expected to discuss measures aimed at increasing Cambodian exports to the city state.

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