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Japanese merger reforms fail to remove tax barrier

Proposals in Japan to allow the use of foreign company shares in stock-for-stock deals with domestic entities are likely to fail because the government will not remove prohibitive tax burdens. Philip Quirk, head of legal at Morgan Stanley in Japan, reviews the developments

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