China will end favourable business tax rates for foreign companies, after
long-running complaints that local companies were unfairly treated.
tax will be charged at 25%. Currently Chinese companies have paid
up to 33% compared with as little as 15% for foreign companies.
Finance minister Jin Renqing said the law would be conducive to fair
competition and improve the country’s economic structure.
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