China Premier Says Govt Will Cut Taxes, Streamline Administration, Keep Yuan Stable

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China Premier Says Govt Will Cut Taxes, Streamline Administration, Keep Yuan Stable – Reuters

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Thursday that the government would move to ease tax and paperwork burdens on companies, but added that the country is inexperienced in implementing such reforms and there would be challenges.

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What Brussels Attacks Mean for Markets

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What Brussels Attacks Mean for Markets – Yahoo Finance

The attacks in the Belgian capital on Tuesday are unlikely to have a long-term impact on markets, but they could result in new roadblocks to cross-border commerce and lend momentum to Euro sceptics, analysts told CNBC. European stocks were under pressure but had come off their lows following deadly attacks at Brussels main airport and on the city’s metro system. U.S. equities were mixed by late morning.

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