Mark Addy, KPMG in Singapore

Mark Addy, KPMG in Singapore

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23 February 2022
Influence: Budget 2022 – Understanding Singapore’s carbon tax hike
Singapore will raise the carbon tax rate from the current $5 per tonne of emissions to between $50 and $80 by 2030, in a move that will help the Republic reach new, more ambitious climate goals. Mark Addy, Partner, Energy & Natural Resources, Tax, KPMG in Singapore and Michelle Martin discuss what this means for households ,businesses and Singapore's green strategy.

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18 February 2022
Budget Review 2022: KPMG proposes Budget 2022 to build lasting companies and societies on a fragile planet with an economic sunrise on the horizon (Part 2)
As Singapore prepares for new international tax rules, there is room to consider how fiscal tools should be introduced to attract and anchor businesses here, while at the same time scope out the effectiveness of current and future tax incentives. Mark Addy, Partner, Energy & Natural Resources, Telecommunications, Media & Technology, Tax, KPMG in Singapore shares more about KPMG's proposition for Singapore's upcoming Budget 2022 and how we can seamlessly adapt to the changing tax landscape while creating jobs and increasing competitiveness.

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