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SHANGHAI will expand tax reform and improve fiscal structure to encourage healthy economic development even as the mayor warns the city faces problems in raising fiscal revenue this year.

The city will prioritize investment in innovation and infrastructure, boosting consumption, and supporting public welfare in its fiscal expenditure this year, Mayor Yang Xiong said at a municipality conferenc
Middle class could take a hit in 'fiscal cliff' fight
From Yahoo! News: The World Bank is warning of a deepening fiscal crisis in the Palestinian territories and urging donors to act urgently to prop up the Western-backed Palestinian Authority.
CHINA'S securities regulator is studying related policies on cash dividends, including abolishing dividend tax, to encourage more dividend payment, officials from the Shanghai Stock Exchange said during a Q&A session on microblogging website Weibo.com yesterday.

The exchange will solicit and study opinions concerning abolition of dividend tax to push forward its reform, said Hu Ruyin, its chie
CHINA has decided to expand a value-added tax reform trial to 10 cities and provinces after August 1 to boost the service industry and reduce the tax burden on businesses.

Companies in transportation and some "modern service" industries in Beijing, Tianjin, Shenzhen and Xiamen cities, as well as the provinces of Guangdong, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Anhui, Fujian and Hubei, will separately start payin
PROFIT declines for hundreds of Chinese companies in the first half may increase pressure on the government to reduce corporate taxes as part of efforts to stem the economy's slowdown.

Net income declined from a year earlier for more than half of 760 listed companies to report results, worse than in the first six months of 2009, Societe Generale SA said last week. Credit Agricole CIB sees tax


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