Saudi Arabia's Cabinet has approved the introduction of the "selective tax" that is being rolled out across the Gulf Cooperation Council member countries.Read Full Story
Qatar is planning to introduce a sin tax on luxury items and products that are "harmful to human health and the environment," in line with the unified agreement among Gulf Cooperation Council member states.Read Full Story
Qatar should consider revenue-raising reforms, including making Gulf Cooperation Council companies liable to corporate tax, the International Monetary Fund said in its annual Article IV report for the country.Read Full Story
Oman is the latest Gulf Cooperation Council territory to confirm its participation in the bloc's value-added tax project. Read Full Story
The latest edition of the World Bank's Doing Business report shows that there has been a steady improvement in regulatory efficiency around the world over the last ten years, including in the area of taxation.Read Full Story
Qatar's Hamad International Airport has announced that it will be introducing a Passenger Facility Charge of QAR35 (USD10), which will be applied to all departing and transferring passengers (connecting within 24 hours) on all airlines operating from HIA.Read Full Story
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