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Why Japan needs tax reform in 2013

Japan’s Tax Reform Act 2011 proposed a corporate tax cut, but an earthquake in Tohoku in 2011 derailed those plans and a three-year surtax was levied to assist the post-earthquake recovery. But advisers say now is the time to consider a corporate tax cut.

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