Home / Business / News Tools: Save | Print | E-mail | Most Read | Comment
China's tax revenue up 18.8% in 2008
Adjust font size:

China's tax revenue climbed 18.8 percent year on year to top 5.42 trillion yuan (US$792.68 billion) in 2008, the Ministry of Finance said Friday.

The growth rate, however, was 14.9 percentage points lower than 2007.

(Xinhua News Agency February 20, 2009)

Tools: Save | Print | E-mail | Most Read
Pet Name
China Archives
Related >>
- Beijing property tax revenue drops 10%
- Tax revenue growth slows in July
- H1 tax revenue rise not a result of heavier tax burdens
- Tax revenue up 33.8% in Q1 amid slower economy
- HK's tax revenue jumps more than 10,000 times in 60 years

Feb.14, Beijing China Macro-Economy Forecast Spring Annual Conference
Feb.22 - Feb.23, Shenzhen 21st Century China Capital Market Annual Conference
Feb.26 Shenzhen Time Weekly Marketing Awarding Ceremony

- Output of Major Industrial Products
- Investment by Various Sectors
- Foreign Direct Investment by Country or Region
- National Price Index
- Value of Major Commodity Import
- Money Supply
- Exchange Rate and Foreign Exchange Reserve
- What does the China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement cover?
- How to Set up a Foreign Capital Enterprise in China?
- How Does the VAT Works in China?
- How Much RMB or Foreign Currency Can Be Physically Carried Out of or Into China?
- What Is the Electrical Fitting in China?