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Will the Asian century see the rise of indirect taxes?

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By 2025, four of the 10 largest economies in the world will be in Asia – China, India, Japan and Indonesia. Asia will account for approximately half of the world’s economic output. This is why the 21st Century is increasingly being recognised as the “Asian Century” – a period of sustained economic growth and prosperity, already taking place – and expected to continue throughout the region. Tim Gillis and Lachlan Wolfers of KPMG look at whether this growth will also see the rise of indirect taxes.

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