| December 30, 2013
Nube general secretary J Solomon said by implementing the GST the government does not care for the lower income group.
KUALA LUMPUR: National Union of Bank Employees (Nube) wants the government to reconsider the implementation of the Goods and Service Tax(GST) .
Nube general secretary J Solomon said e said his members will surely struggle as the lower rank staff don’t earn much and GST will be a burden to them.
“The banks and the government are making huge profit but sadly thyey are selfish and do not care about people’s welfare.
“Now-days banks and government are charging for everything.We have called them for a dialogue regarding this issue but they haven’t responded.
Solomon said GST is not a solution to sustain Malaysia’s economy growth.
“The government should look for other solution to sustain the economy,” he said.
GST is a service tax for products and services and set to be at 6%.
GST is set to be implemented on April 2015.
He said Nube will join forces with olitical parties to fight the implemention of GST.