Japan ending tax tied to ditching of acquired shell companies

TOKYO — Japan looks to remove the tax liability often faced by businesses that eliminate shell companies inherited in foreign acquisitions, a change that would encourage strong and simple corporate structures while limiting the potential for tax avoidance.
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