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Malaysia's Hotel Service Charge Issue Heats Up

Category: Hotels, Posted:14 May 2015 | 06:00 am

Thailand's neighbor Malaysia is seeing a hot debate in the private and public sector over the possible abolition of service charge.
The trigger for the controversy was the implementation of a 6% GST (goods and services tax) effective from April 1st of this year.
Trade unions in the service sector in the country are contesting a possible move to eliminate the service charge concept.
Here in Thailand most travelers are aware of the plus plus concept with one of the plus's being service charge.

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