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The Democratic Party of Japan-led government plans to postpone introducing the DPJ-pledged corporate tax cut for small and midsize companies in fiscal 2010, sources said Wednesday.

Amid a sharp fall in tax revenues, the government’s key tax panel is inclined to give up on introducing it in the year starting in April, the government sources said.

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