Tax revenues increased 9.9% y/y to TWD 1.655trn during January-November.

By bne IntelliNews December 13, 2011
Taiwan's tax revenues increased 9.9% y/y or by TWD 149.1bn to TWD 1.655trn during the first eleven months of this year, which is 97.6% of the goal set for this year. As reported by Taiwan Economic News, the business tax income reached TWD 279.6bn, while trading tax revenues reached TWD 88.3bn, achieving 77.2% of the goal set for the year during the period. The luxury tax reached TWD 1.718bn as of the end of November.

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