Podcast: China Biz Roundup, Dec. 13, 2018
Second Canadian questioned in China, high-quality firms encouraged to sell bonds, China orders up to 2 million tons of U.S. soybeans, and more
A corrected version of the second story on this episode should be:
The State Council has allowed limited partners in venture capital firms to pay income tax at a flat rate of 20% on taxable income they earn from their funds. Alternatively, they can pay a progressive tax rate starting at 5% and rising to 35% on the income.
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