Property Tax Touted as Cure for Market’s Ills
China may start to levy a long-expected property tax in the coming few years, a senior official with the top legislature’s financial committee said at the 8th Caixin Summit on Thursday.
The central government has accelerated the drafting of a property tax law since it started to experiment with this kind of tax in some cities in 2011, hoping to diversify local governments’ sources of income and control property speculation.
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