Japan 2016/17 corporate tax revenue down in blow to Abenomics

TOKYO Japan’s corporate tax revenue fell to 10.3 trillion yen ($90 billion) for the last fiscal year, the lowest since fiscal 2012 when Prime Minister Shinzo Abe swept to power with a pledge to revive the moribund economy, the Ministry of Finance (MOF …
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