Securities houses ask regulators for relief from transaction charges and VAT
THE JAKARTA POST
PREMIUM Securities companies are requesting stock market regulators and the government to consider cutting transaction fees and taxes to help them stay afloat after being hit increasingly hard in recent months by the negative impact on trading of the deepening global economic crisis. Such measures would help the industry to weather the storm as orders plunged, Trimegah Securities president director...
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