Japanese tax authorities reportedly are ordering Honda Motor Co. Ltd. to pay $120 million in additional taxes on profits from its motorcycle operation in Brazil. Tokyo tax officials say the Japanese auto maker’s assessment of profits from the Brazilian subsidiary over six years through 2002 have been too low, a Reuters report says. Honda is objecting to the ruling and seeking consultation between the two countries to prevent double taxation. Motor Honda de Amazonia Ltda. produced about ...
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