PERDASAMA Satu Pasukan Satu Tujuan

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Mesyuarat Jawatankuasa Pusat Perdasama kali ke 66 diIbu Pejabat Perdasama Kuala Lumpur.

 Dato Izat Emir mempengerusikan mesyuarat

Ahli Ahli Majlis yang hadir

Ahli ahli Jawatankuasa PERDASAMA Pusat

Monday, November 25, 2013

Friday, November 15, 2013

‘GST benefits grossly overlooked’ says YB Dato Seri Ahmad Husni Mohamad Hanadzlah

SPIN-OFFS: Lower direct taxes will spur investments and savings, says minister

The goods and services tax (GST), the spin-off benefits of which have been largely ignored by critics, will offer opportunities to spur more growth and investments.

“We see the introduction of GST as an opportunity to lower the rates on direct taxes,” said Second Finance Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah.

He said studies have shown that lower direct taxes encourage both domestic and foreign direct investments and savings,
with the surplus funds channelled into domestic capital markets.

“These spin-off benefits are, in fact, the most important opportunities that GST brings us and they have been grossly overlooked by critics,” said Ahmad Husni in his keynote
address at the Business Times Insight series on “GST: Are Malaysians Ready?”

Announced by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak during the tabling of the 2014 Budget on October 25, the GST will come into
force on April 1 2015 at a rate of six per cent.

Ahmad Husni said the government is likely to form a GST monitoring committee before year-end. 

The committee, to be chaired by him, is to ensure GST's smooth implementation, with members from government agencies as well as representatives from industries and non-governmental organisations.

On the six per cent rate, Ahmad Husni said in countries where GST was introduced post-2010, the rate was 12 per cent, placing Malaysia's rate at the lowest.

"Also, most of the countries which introduced GST are those with a per capita income of less than US$1,000 (RM3,190)."

On concerns by exporters whether the GST would impact them, Ahmad Husni said it is zero-rated for all exports, unlike currently where some exports have sales and service tax embedded in a number of value-added inputs.

"The sales and service tax charged currently is not refundable. Under the GST, exporters can claim refunds on the tax paid. As such, exporters will be able to price their goods and services more competitively than before."

Read more: ‘GST benefits grossly overlooked’ http://www.btimes.com.my/articles/20131114234112/Article/#ixzz2kg6O7AmD

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Bersama Dato Zaleha binti Hamzah dijamuan tengahari Majlis Taklimat GST Kastam DiRaja Malaysia

 Datuk Naim Mohamad dan Dato Zaleha binti Hamzah

Dato Zainuddin, Datuk Naim, Dato Zaleha, Dato Fauzi dan Ir Aziz

Majlis Taklimat GST di Auditorium Kastam diRaja Malaysia WPKL Kelana Jaya.

 Puan Maria sedang memberikan taklimat GST

 Diantara para peserta yang hadir

Datuk Naim Mohamad mengucapkan terima kasih kpd KDRM

Kunjung hormat di Pejabat Ketua Pengarah KDRM WPKL, Dato Mohd Isa bin Endot

 Datuk Naim Mohamad bersama Dato Mohd Isa Endut

 Datuk Naim, Ir Aziz, Dato Mohd Isa dan Datuk Fauzi Zakaria

Dato Hj Zainuddin Rahman, Datuk Naim Mohamad, Dato Mohd Isa,
Datuk Fauzi Zakaria dan Ir Aziz Ismail

Datuk Fauzi, Dato Mohd Isa, Datuk Naim, Dato Zainuddin dan Ir Aziz

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Perjumpaan dengan Usahawan Usahawan Wanita yang bakal menjadi ahli PERDASAMA

Menyambut kepulangan Ketua UMNO Bahagian Kota Melaka, YB Datuk Wira Latif Tambychik

Datuk Naim menyambut Datuk Wira Latif

YB Datuk Wira Latif dan Datin Wira bersama Ketua dan AJK PU3

Sdra Kamaruddin Ali, Datuk Naim, Datuk Zaini dan Datuk Abidullah

Kunjung hormat Persekutuan Kebangsaan Berbasikal Malaysia dan Persatuan Berbasikal Kuala Lumpur dengan YB Menteri Belia dan Sukan

 Datuk Naim, Dato Sri Zolkples, YB Khairy, Dato Azhar dan Dato Md Sidi

 Dato Sedek, Datuk Naim, Dato Sri Zolkples dan YB Khairy Jamaluddin

M Kumaresan, Dato Ng Joo Ngan, Dato Sedek, Datuk Naim dan
Dato Zolkples Embong, Ketua Pengarah Majlis Sukan Negara