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A group of five Australian business associations has published a factsheet on the benefits of free trade, which argues that tariff cuts have made the average family up to AUD3,900 (USD2,940) better off each year. Read Full Story
The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has called on Parliament to pass the Government's company tax cuts in full, and not just the small business portion of the proposals. Read Full Story
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland fully supports the Government's decision to appeal the European Commission's decision in the Apple state aid case, its Chief Executive, Mark Redmond, has said. Read Full Story
The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has recommended that the Government stick with its plan to cut company tax, and said it should reform some tax benefits. Read Full Story
With talk beginning in the new Congress of a repeal of President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act, the US Chamber of Commerce has urged the immediate elimination of the health insurance tax as an immediate necessity. Read Full Story
The Australian Taxation Office has said that most holiday makers do not establish residency during their stay and, as non-residents for tax purposes, will pay tax on the first dollar of income they earn. Read Full Story
A majority of Northern Ireland's businesses have or expect to revise their growth plans in light of the UK's vote to leave the European Union, according to a survey by the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry and business advisors BDO. Read Full Story
44 percent of London businesses are worried about the forthcoming revaluation of UK business rates (property tax), according to a new survey by the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Read Full Story
In his annual "State of American Business" address, US Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Thomas Donohue looked for further tax reforms this year to boost American growth, jobs, and wages. Read Full Story
The British Chambers of Commerce has written to cabinet ministers to warn that the spiralling cost of tax administration is holding back UK businesses. Read Full Story
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