The Treasury has made alternative proposals to the tax incentive regime for companies based in special economic zones (SEZs) after receiving several objections to its proposed changes.   

The Treasury's chief director of legal tax design, Yanga Mputa, told Parliament’s finance committee during a briefing on a raft of tax-related draft bills that a number of changes would be made to the draft Taxation Laws Amendment Bill, to take account of the views expressed on SEZ taxation...

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