(Adds details, background) BEIJING, May 20 (Reuters) - China plans to limit the impact of unifying its tax rates for domestic and foreign firms by granting extended exemptions to existing businesses, the Financial Times reported on Friday. While intent on creating a fairer market environment for domestic firms, China would not end tax breaks for firms with foreign investment before the second half of 2006 at the earliest, the paper quoted vice finance minister Lou Jiwei as saying. "It ...
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