Israel Chemicals to pay NIS 380 million in taxes on captured profits
Company succumbs to treasury pressure as window to pay lower rate closes.
Succumbing to pressure from the tax authorities, Israel Chemicals said on Sunday it would pay NIS 380 million in taxes on so-called captured profits held by its Dead Sea Works and Rotem Amfert Negev subsidiaries.
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