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China issued regulations Friday that will allow some companies based outside of the country to pay just 5% withholding tax on dividends repatriated from China, down from the 10% rate companies from countries without a tax treaty would pay. The change would apply to Hong Kong and Singapore, but will not apply to the United States, as the existing double-taxation treaty sets the withholding rate at 10%.

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