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dreamgofashion Posted: 22-Mar-18 09:03
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<p>person in charge of the Ministry of Finance stated that the consumption tax was levied on solid wood flooring as a new tax item in order to encourage the conservation of wood resources and protect the ecological environment.<a href='
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<p>tax and use economic leverage to allocate resources. [url=]siesta decking reviews[/url]Gao Zhihua told this reporter that 5% is a relatively modest tax rate, although it is charged to the floor companies, but this part of the cost will eventually be transferred to consumers. Hu Zaoqi, director of Brand Management Center of Guangdong Yingbin Nature Wood Co., Ltd., a large-scale solid wood flooring company in China,<a href='
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