Japan approves big corporate tax cut to encourage wage hikes

Japan’s ruling bloc approved a plan on Thursday to slash the corporate tax rate to around 20 per cent from 30 per cent – but only for companies that raise wages aggressively and boost domestic capital spending. The carrot-and-stick approach is Prime …
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