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Singapore budget confirms shift to indirect taxation

24 February 2017

Anjana Haines

Proposals in Singapore’s 2017-18 budget confirmed the government’s plans to shift from a direct tax base to an indirect one, with several measures proposing the introduction of new taxes on companies.



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