China to eliminate tax breaks on toll trading in base, minor metals
Nov 03, 2006 | 04:04 PM
| Vivian Teo
The Chinese government said tax breaks for toll trading in a number of nonferrous metals and steel products will be removed beginning Nov. 22.
The tax breaks will be removed on imports of concentrates of cobalt, tin, antimony, vanadium, silver, gold, thorium, zirconium, uranium, stainless steel ingot and alloy steel ingot, China's Ministry of....
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