A subcommittee of the government’s Tax Commission will dispatch a mission on a 12-day tour of four nations to study financial taxation systems abroad as part of efforts to prepare by year’s end an interim report on revising Japan’s financial taxes for fiscal 1998.

The five-member team is to visit Britain, Belgium, Switzerland and the United States from Sept. 14 for talks with financial and taxation authorities, Finance Ministry officials said Friday.

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