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South Korea to give mid-sized companies lower tax rate

The South Korean government intends to reduce the top marginal corporate tax rate from 22% to 20% in 2012 for businesses with a taxable income of between W200 million ($178,000) and W50 billion ($45 million), in a welcome move for SMEs.

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