In the News: Ericsson's Antitrust Probe; Tax Breaks for CDR Investors; and New Elderly Care Regulation

Apr 22, 2019
| By Marilyn Romero
Ericsson faces investigation over its intellectual property licensing practices; investors in CDRs of innovative enterprises will enjoy a three-year tax break on profits; and China issues a new rule to improve the supervision of elderly care services.
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