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October 2008, China signed a free trade agreement with Singapore.  The agreement is scheduled to take effect on 1 st January 2010 in China and will remove import duties on 95% of Singapore�s exports to China.  From January 2009, 85% of the exports will be zero rated.  The agreement also liberalized work permit procedures for a number of prescribed professional sectors.   Indonesia   The new flat income tax rate for corporate taxpayers in Indonesia is 28% for fiscal 2009 and 25% for fiscal 2010 and thereafter.  Further, corporate taxpayers that become public ...
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Complete Rejection of Capitalist System Opens the Escape Route as Free Market Sinks in Nationalisation! But Denationalisation Happens to be the Theme Song in Thirld World including Asia. In India, FINMIN and RBI Dance on LPG Tune quite naked and Play as Fire Fighters to Calm the BASTARD Finances.Biggest Downturn in Aviation Industry.Aravind Adiga: Debut Novelist Wins Man Booker Prize Troubled Galaxy Destroyed Dreams: Chapter 86 Palash Biswas India below sub-Saharan Africa in hunger index 15 Oct, 2008, 0149 hrs IST, ET Bureau NEW DELHI: Despite robust economic growth in recent years, India’s record on hunger is worse than ... market research, surveys and trends
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billion, while China s imports from Turkey reached US$765 million, an increase .... foreign shareholders is restricted to 25 percent in broadcasting and 49 percent in ... defined Transfer Pricing and Thin Capitalisation, proposed ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Proposed thin capitalisation changes due to adoption of IFRS ...... Malaysia currently adopts full imputation system under which tax paid by a company is imputed to its ..... The Atlas Bank Limited has signed an agreement to sell 24.9 percent ... Pakistan International Airlines plans to sell more than Rs25 billion ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Searching for Bodies and Justice on the Border
Guatemalan Sebastian Quinac organizes search parties to find the bodies of his fellow Maya Kaqchikel who die while walking in search of a better life in the Sonoran Desert. These search parties can put even the searchers lives at risk as they walk all day in temperatures reaching 115 to 120 degrees in southern Arizona along the US/Mexico border. During today's protest of SB 1070 in Tucson, Quinac described the sad effort of searching for the bodies of his fellow Guatemalan Maya in the intense heat of the desert. On Censored Blogtalk Radio, he describes searching for, and finding, a 28-year-old Guatemalan woman, a newly-wed, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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China adopts stringent requirements on filing and submission of related ... Thin -capitalisation rule is introduced to disallow interest expense arising ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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e) Thin Capitalisation. .... Singapore and was attended by China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines,. Singapore, Sri Lanka, Chinese Taipei and Thailand. ...... where the tax authorities deliberately adopt a lax audit policy as an ...
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