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In an effort to boost the national film and television sector in the face of Chinese restrictions on imports from the country, the South Korean authorities have announced new tax breaks for companies operating in the entertainment sector. Read Full Story
Business leaders are skeptical of predictions that US tax reform will come by this summer, with more than half (53 percent) of respondents predicting that significant business tax reform won't arrive until 2018, according to a recent poll by KPMG. Read Full Story
Most German manufacturers exporting to the United States will not shift production to the US as a result of the imposition of new border taxes, according to a survey by the Ifo Institute. Read Full Story
Senator Jeff Flake (R - Arizona) has become the latest Republican voice to speak out against the border adjustment tax in the House majority's proposed tax reform framework. Read Full Story
The Minerals Council of Australia has published a report it says confirms that the country's high company tax rate is damaging mining firms' ability to compete internationally for capital investment. Read Full Story
On February 22, the US International Trade Commission decided that the US industry is not being materially injured, or threatened with material injury, by reason of imports of truck and bus tires from China. Read Full Story
On February 2, the US Department of Commerce announced its final decision to impose antidumping and countervailing duty margins on imports of stainless steel sheet and strip from China. Read Full Story
The Mauritian Government has confirmed the implementation of its SME Development Scheme, which provides eligible small and medium-sized enterprises with tax incentives, among other things. Read Full Story
Industry body Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters has urged the Canadian Government to create a globally competitive business tax structure that supports growth. Read Full Story
China's Ministry of Commerce says it is strongly against the imposition by the European Union of substantial anti-dumping duties on Chinese steel product exports into the European Union. Read Full Story
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