Cambodia extends tax holidays for airlines, tourism-related businesses

The Cambodian government on Friday (July 31) extended tax breaks for aviation companies and tourism-related businesses for another two months to help offset losses caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, according to its press statement.

“Although people have gradually returned to their jobs and businesses, garment-textile sector, tourism and aviation, hit the hardest by the Covid-19, have neither recovered nor stabilised yet,” the statement said.

It said the locally registered airlines will be granted an extended minimum tax exemption for another two months from August to September.

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