The Japan Federation of Economic Organizations (Keidanren) urged the government on Tuesday to introduce a consolidated corporate tax system in fiscal 2001 to encourage much-needed corporate realignment and raise the nation’s industrial competitiveness.

The proposal was included in a package of tax reform proposals made by the nation’s most powerful business lobby that coincided with the government’s full-scale debates on revising the tax system for the next fiscal year.

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