Chuikyo Consumption Tax Committee Agree on High-price Investments
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Japan’s Central Social Insurance Medical Council’s subcommittee on consumption tax burdens for medical institutions has come to a general agreement regarding the investigation method of tax burdens on high investment medical institutions and pharmacies.
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