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Profit Contributions by State Controlled Corporations

This is the percentage of profit that state controlled corporations are paying the country. The amount is not a tax but rather a percentage of the net profit that is transferred to the country. The corporations are owned by the country and with this feature, they transfer some of their cash to the owner.

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Profit Contributions by State Controlled Corporations This is the percentage of profit that state controlled corporations are paying the country. The amount is not a tax but rather a percentage of the net profit that is transferred to the country. The corporations are owned by the country and with this feature, they transfer some of their cash to the owner.