State may have to end tax-free ride for e-commerce, officials say

Roush, Matt
June 2000
Crain's Detroit Business;06/05/2000, Vol. 16 Issue 23, p59
Reports on the plans to tax Internet commerce in Michigan. Effects of tax-free electronic commerce on competition; Dent in the state school aid fund. INSET: Conference shifting from regional to tech issues..


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