Tokyo targets tax avoidance on intellectual property

TOKYO — Japan’s finance ministry looks to crack down on companies that move intellectual property abroad to reduce their tax burden, weighing a plan to make them pay again if those assets prove more valuable than initially estimated. The government …
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