March 30 (Reuters) - China, the world's second-largest energy user, unveiled this month a series of tax and pricing reforms to better link its market to global benchmarks and save energy to build a sustainable economy. The following lists the reform measures and effective dates: -- Removing tax rebates on exports of gasoline and naphtha from March 14. The rebates are 11 percentage points of the 17 percent value added tax (VAT) for gasoline and 13 percentage points for naphtha ...
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