Cambodia: Tax relief extended for certain sectors, including tourism industry (COVID-19)

Taxpayers eligible for the tax relief/incentives need to continue to comply with their obligations.

Including tourism industry (COVID-19)

Tax relief measures provided to certain sectors in Cambodia continue to be extended in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

  • The government extended the tax relief measures provided to important sectors in Cambodia, as previously set out in the 10th round of tax relief (dated October 2021).
  • The Ministry of Economy and Finance issued the Inter-ministry Prakas No. 130 MEF (9 February 2022) to further emphasize the additional incentive for the tourism industry.

Taxpayers eligible for the tax relief/incentives need to continue to comply with their obligations although the payment of the applicable tax dues/fees will be borne by the state (i.e., state-charged).

Read a February 2022 report [PDF 165 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Cambodia

 

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