Japan may cut corporate tax rate to 20% through incentives

TOKYO — The Japanese government is considering rewarding businesses that increase wages and invest in productivity growth by offering tax breaks that could lower their effective tax rates to as low as 20% or so. A draft proposal for the tax breaks states …
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