Updated March 11, 2018 15:35:53GST calculator, which has been removed by Google from the Google News API, was one of the first of the many issues reported to Google by a user in Malaysia.
Malaysia’s Finance Ministry, which regulates the financial sector, confirmed that it had requested Google to remove the GST calculator.
It said in a statement that it was seeking Google to immediately remove the calculator, and to refund the user money.
Google did not respond to requests for comment.GST Calculator removed from Google NewsSource: Google News/ReutersGST calculators are used by businesses to determine their taxes.
Gst is a measure of the cost of goods and services that are purchased.
It is a component of the GST.
Users can use the calculator to calculate their taxes using a range of inputs.
For example, they can check the cost per unit of GST.GSt is the basic rate of GST that is charged for all goods and other services sold in Malaysia, with a separate tax for imported goods and for certain services, such as education and healthcare.
The calculator’s removal came just a few days after a similar request by the Finance Ministry.
A Google spokesperson said it was removed because it had violated the Terms of Service for Google News.
Google’s GST Calculator was removed from the APISource: GSt Calculator/Google NewsGSTCalls made by Malaysia’s Finance Department, which oversees the finance sector, were sent to Google, but it did not reply.
Malay finance minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said in his tweet that he had called Google to complain about the removal of the calculator.
Google is not the only news site to have removed GST calculians from its API.
Twitter, BuzzFeed, Mashable and Vice News also removed the calculators.
Mashable removed the calculator from its service.
The BBC News API is a Google-owned platform that allows people to search news from the company’s news feed, including the Guardian, the New York Times, and many others.
Google said that it removed the GSt calculator from the BBC News Feed after being contacted by a member of the public.