Tokyo Pushes Back on ‘Bizarre’ Death Tax That Deters Expats

Now, Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike is trying to ease the impact of the rule as part of her bid to make the city a global financial hub. Her government released a report last Friday urging the rule to be reviewed, together with other measures aimed at …
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