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South Korea welcomes tax on clergy amid anger at privileged class

Animosity toward special treatment fuels support for Moon reforms

SEOUL -- The South Korean government is planning to impose an income tax on pastors, monks and priests for the first time, starting next year, on the back of changing public sentiment toward religious leaders.

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