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A Russian crackdown on tax avoidance in the agriculture sector has been a boon for its grain traders, allowing them to buy directly from farmers and cut out a complex web of middlemen.

Australia’s government has appealed to lawmakers to back its flagship economic plan to cut corporate taxes as it seeks to respond to falls in US and UK company tax rates.

France and Germany intensified calls on Wednesday for U.S. technology giants to pay more tax in the European Union, with Paris saying the new bill could amount to billions of euros.

India cut the corporate tax rate for some firms while excluding the biggest companies that contribute bulk of the collections, falling short of narrowing a gap with several other economies that have lowered the levy to attract investments.

The Narendra Modi government has cast its tax net wider with the goods and services tax (GST) and added 3.4 million new indirect taxpayers since its launch in July 2017. But most of the new registrants are small businesses beset by the burden of compliance under the new regime, and add very little to the […]

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