Accelerating Taxation Reform
Taxation reform is a big headache among governments of many countries, as it touches on very complex interest chains. For China, reforms are inevitable, and such reform can't afford to wait any further
The Coming Changes

China faces a conflict: The government needs a lot of money to develop the economy, but its tax revenue keeps falling. It is a headache for underdeveloped regions. The only solution is to sell land. In some places fiscal revenue from selling land is even higher than tax revenue

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That Extra Kick
China is in the throes of restructuring its economy, and helping small and micro-sized enterprises stay afloat will be key
A Taxing Dilemma
Multinational corporations come under scrutiny for alleged tax dodging
Balancing Paychecks
Wealth disparities provoke calls for income distribution reform
Looking Into Local Financing
With increasing concerns over local government debt risks, calls become stronger to reform tax policies
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