Asean countries can benefit from closer collaborations on tax matters, especially in the face of rising protectionism, tax experts said.
As multinational firms reorganise global supply chains to cope with trade barriers, more investment and manufacturing activity could find its way to Asean, said tax practitioners from professional services firm EY.
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