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One giant leap for Chinese VAT reform

On January 1 2012, the Chinese government took a giant step forward in its plan to replace the dual system of indirect taxes – business tax (BT) and VAT– with a single VAT covering both the goods and services sectors. This process started with the commencement of a pilot scheme in Shanghai, explain Lachlan Wolfers of KPMG.

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