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PM issues new income tax rates

Publication date 30 September 2022 | 11:28 | ICT

Prime Minister Hun Sen has issued a new taxable income table sub-decree, declaring that those with a salary below 1.5 million riel ($370) a month or an income of 18 million riel per year will be tax-exempt.

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