Joint Bill Committee suggests exclusion of microenterprises in SME bill


The Joint Bill Committee at the Pyidaungsu Hluttaw on Friday put forward its findings with respect to the bill of the development of small and medium enterprises on which two Houses held different opinions.
The bill should exclude the section of microenterprises as it is mainly for SMEs, the joint bill committee said in its report of findings, suggesting the deletion of its definition of the term ‘worker’ in order not to contradict the existing staff regulations and rules.
The union taxation bill of 2015 came under discussion, with union-level officials making clarifications on the bill.
The Ministry of Home Affairs, the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, the Ministry of Livestock, Fisheries and Rural Development, the Ministry of Electric Power, the Ministry of Commerce and the Ministry of Mines explained their tax collection systems across the country.
The parliament will meet on 16 March.

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