The Labuan International Business and Financial Centre is attempting to encourage more Indonesian companies to register in the jurisdiction to take advantage of its low-tax regime and trading and investment links with key economies in the Asia-Pacific region.Read Full Story
Company registrations in the low-tax jurisdiction of Labuan grew last year, with the special economic zone located off the north coast of Malaysia continuing to benefit from economic growth in the Asia-Pacific region.Read Full Story
The Labuan Financial Services Authority has announced that the Labuan International Business and Financial Centre achieved a major milestone by surpassing the 10,000 companies mark during the third quarter of this year.Read Full Story
In a recent meeting with the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Center for Tax Policy, the Labuan International Business and Financial Center confirmed that it remains committed to upholding its legal framework in line with internationally-agreed tax standards and best practices.Read Full Story
The Labuan Financial Services Authority has issued guidelines applicable to all Labuan international trading companies licensed to conduct international commodity trading business in the Labuan International Business and Financial Center under the Global Incentives For Trading program.Read Full Story
The Labuan Financial Services Authority has released its 2011 Annual Report which shows continued growth in the key business sectors of the Labuan International Business and Financial Centre.Read Full Story
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