China's Xi may have all the power in the world but he still can't implement a property tax
China's top leader Xi Jinping may have amassed unlimited political power but there is a disconnect because he seems unable to use the political might to solve the major economic problems the Asian giant faces, experts in Washington said Tuesday. “It is very hard after coming through this congress and not feel that you can't avoid the overwhelming dominant shadow of Xi Jinping everywhere,” said Jude Blanchette.
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New York tax climate ranked second-to-last
Spectrum Local News
New York state's business tax climate continues to receive low marks from a national fiscal watchdog organization, according to a new ranking released on Tuesday. The state's overall tax climate ranks 49th out of 50 states, between California (ranked 48th) and neighboring New Jersey (50th). New York ranked last in personal taxes, 24th in corporate taxes , 49th in property taxes and 43rd in sales taxes.