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Japan casts wider net for corporate tax evaders

Japan's National Tax Agency

TOKYO -- Japanese authorities are taking a closer look at dealings by multinational corporations amid a global trend toward cracking down on tax evasion, ordering a local unit of Apple to pay about 12 billion yen ($117 million) in back taxes on royalties.

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