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Coronavirus: Government Updates Asia-Pacific, April 24, 2020

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In this note we offer some updates from governments in the Asia-Pacific region, regarding the Coronavirus pandemic. This note includes updates on tax breaks or relief offered by the governments of Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam and Singapore. As the spread of the virus continues and the situation is constantly developing, this update reflects the position as of 24 April 2020 and it may be subject to change as circumstances evolve.

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