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China’s central bank boosts liquidity ahead of tax payment surge
China’s central bank used open-market operations to inject the largest amount of cash into the banking system since May, as upcoming corporate tax payments tighten liquidity conditions.
IMF says corporate income tax cut will help revive investment in India
The International Monetary Fund supported India's recent decision to reduce corporate income tax, saying it has a positive impact on investment.
Turkey plans to raise income tax for high earners
Turkey is planning to raise the income tax rate for top-bracket earners to 45 percent from the current level of 35 percent, according to a person familiar with the matter.
South Korean finance minister rules out plan for revising corporate tax
South Korean finance minister said Friday that the country has no plan to revise corporate tax.
Pakistan offers tax holiday for foreign investment in tourism sector
The government of Pakistan is offering tax holiday for foreign investments in the tourism sector in a bid to attract Foreign Direct Investment (FDI).
Mozambique sees $880m tax windfall from Occidental deal
Mozambique expects to get $880 million in capital gains tax from Occidental Petroleum Corp.’s deal to sell its Africa assets to Total SA, the presidency said in a statement.
India announces new tax refund scheme, easy credit to boost exports
Indian Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced a slew of measures to boost the economy, including a new scheme to refund taxes and duties on exports, easier export credit and additional funding for exporters under the revised priority sector lending norms.
Iran tax revenues up 35% amid evasion crackdown: Minister
Iran’s finance minister said better taxation polices over the past months, including a serious crackdown on tax evasion, have led to more tax revenues for the government.
France won’t scrap tax on tech giants despite Trump threats
France will push ahead with a landmark tax on tech giants like Google and Facebook — despite US President Donald Trump’s threats of retaliatory tariffs on French wine, Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said Saturday.
Economist: China’s tax cuts may be able to offset the cost of trade tariffs
Tax cuts could end up supporting economic growth in China, even if Beijing’s trade war with the US doesn’t improve, according to the chief economist of a Chinese investment banking firm.
Australians rush to receive tax rebates central bank hopes will spur growth
Nearly a million Australians have lodged their tax statements in little more than a week as they rush to receive rebates that the country’s central bank hopes will kick-start an ailing economy.
Jeremy Hunt: a tale of failed businesses and tax dodging
Tory leadership hopeful, Jeremy Hunt, has promised wide-ranging tax cuts to appeal to the Conservative party’s base as part of his bid to become Britain’s next prime minister.
Who are the beneficiaries of the proposed tax and spending policies of Messers Johnson and hunt?
Who are the beneficiaries of the proposed tax and spending policies of Messers Johnson and hunt? While we have been consistently and persistently bombarded by stories of the notorious impropriety and moral turpitude of the various candidates for the Tory leadership, the next helmsman of Her Majesties Government, very little has been mentioned regarding the most important of issues, namely, what are the proposed tax and spending policies of these same said candidates?
Australian opposition wants more details before supporting tax reforms
Australia’s main opposition party said on Sunday it wanted more information on the government’s tax cuts before committing to supporting the full A$158 billion ($109 billion) package when Parliament resumes next month.
G-20 finance chiefs mull ‘fair tax’ reforms to boost growth
Finance chiefs of the Group of 20 major economies meeting in the Japanese city of Fukuoka debated Saturday over how to revise tax systems to ensure big companies pay their fair share and support economies as global growth slows.

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