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Corporates seek stability as uncertainty grows in Asia-Pacific’s tax landscape

26 April 2017

Anjana Haines

Companies want tax regimes across the Asia-Pacific region to be more consistent and predictable, but believe they are becoming increasingly complicated in countries such as India and China, according to a recent survey.



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