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Emmanuel Macron has said that if elected President of France he will cut corporate tax beyond reductions already planned by the current Socialist Government and reform France's wealth tax. Read Full Story
Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka has announced plans for more progressive corporate and personal income taxes if his party wins this year's parliamentary elections. Read Full Story
The European Commission has expressed concerns about Ireland's narrow tax base and its reliance on corporate tax receipts. Read Full Story
Hong Kong's Financial Secretary, Paul Chan, has announced measures to boost the territory's economy in his 2017-2018 Budget. Read Full Story
Americans for Affordable Products, a business coalition that opposes the proposed border adjustment tax, has responded to the February 21 letter to leading US lawmakers from the American Made Coalition supporting border adjustability. Read Full Story
At a press briefing on February 21, China's Minister of Commerce, Gao Hucheng, indicated that his country would react were the US to impose a border adjustment tax. Read Full Story
The Swiss Federal Council has asked the Finance Department to draw up new proposals for corporation tax reform by mid-2017 at the latest, following its recent referendum defeat. Read Full Story
Jean-Luc Melenchon, a left-wing candidate in the French presidential race, has proposed a 90 percent rate of tax on high incomes as part of a EUR273bn (USD290bn) fiscal program designed to boost the French economy. Read Full Story
British Columbia is to phase out the provincial sales tax on electricity and reduce the small business tax rate. Read Full Story
As part of a review of corporate tax policy, the Irish Finance Ministry has said reliance on tax revenues from foreign-owned multinationals is contributing "to the volatility and unpredictability of corporate tax receipts." Read Full Story
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