Troubled Industry Takes Another Swing at Tax Rates
(Beijing) – Domestic iron ore miners may not have succeeded at first, but that is not stopping them from trying again.
After failing to convince the government in 2009 that it deserved a tax break, the industry is once again pleading its case.
Wang Qinghai, president of the China Iron and Steel Association (CISA), said in early January that his government-linked industry organization sent a report to the Ministry of Finance (MOF) calling for a tax break on domestic iron ore miners.
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