Japan Stock Tax Break, SAC E-Mails, Hearings: ComplianceCarla Main
A Japanese program that will provide tax breaks to spur people to buy stocks may achieve the government’s targeted 25 trillion yen ($268 billion) in investments by 2020, a Fidelity Japan researcher said.
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