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Japan follows the money to target tax avoidance

Tokyo readies incentives for transparency in reporting foreign asset holdings

Japan's reporting system for foreign assets misses bank transactions and other money flows, opening the door to tax avoidance.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Japan will adopt a carrot-and-stick approach toward tax avoidance as it pushes wealthy residents to keep records of transactions involving foreign assets.

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