In the latest in a series of moves to figure out how to make money off of Net commerce, China levies a 20% tax on virtual goods. Governments, even if they are racking up huge reserves as China is, but especially when they are in a tax revenue crunch (think USA) will be exploring these options. For example, I live in Massachusetts and every year I pay state tax on what I purchase out of state on the Net.
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