China sets deadline for celebs to pay tax overdue
The New Indian Express|December 24, 2021
CLOCK IS TICKING

BEIJING

CHINA'S tax authorities have set a 10-day deadline for entertainers and social media influencers to pay overdue taxes, part of a government campaign to tighten the noose on tax evasion and celebrity excesses.

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