China’s officials correct errors in new export tax rebate policy
Oct 03, 2006 | 02:02 PM
| Hongmei Li
Beijing has made several corrections to the export tax rebate policy announced last month after finding a number of mistakes in the original list.
The Sept. 14 announcement erroneously said that an 8-percent export tax rebate would apply to stainless and alloy steel ingots, tin and tin products such as alloy bar, rod, wire, foil, sheet and....
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