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  • HMRC hails success of controversial APNs

    July 21, 2017

    UK tax authority HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has won every court challenge against its controversial accelerated payment notices (APNs) issued to individuals and businesses under enquiry for tax avoidance.

  • Avinash Persaud: The ex-banker who designed an FTT to tame the City

    July 20, 2017

    Former managing director of State Street Bank and leading financial expert Avinash Persaud tells Salman Shaheen why he has designed a financial transaction tax (FTT) for Britain’s opposition Labour Party to help rein in the City of London.

  • ATO talks low-value goods exemption removal

    July 19, 2017

    In less than a year, Australia will become the first country to remove its GST exemption on imported low-value goods. International Tax Review spoke exclusively to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) about how it is preparing for the change, and the increasing collaboration between tax authorities post-BEPS.

  • Americas Tax Awards 2017: Shortlists announced

    July 19, 2017

    The nominees for the 12th annual Americas Tax Awards have been announced.

  • UK Taylor Review rocks the boat for tax compliance

    July 19, 2017

    The much-anticipated Taylor Review on modern working practices has suggested radical changes to the UK’s tax system that could raise the compliance burden for businesses. But will the recommendations see the light of day?

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  • Acacia’s $190 billion Tanzania tax bill sends shockwaves through mining sector

    July 25, 2017

    In a situation that could not get much worse for Tanzania’s biggest mining company, Acacia Mining has been handed a tax bill for $190 billion in alleged unpaid taxes and penalties by the government – an amount larger than the combined tax payments of the top five global gold miners since 2000.

  • Avinash Persaud: The ex-banker who designed an FTT to tame the City

    July 20, 2017

    Former managing director of State Street Bank and leading financial expert Avinash Persaud tells Salman Shaheen why he has designed a financial transaction tax (FTT) for Britain’s opposition Labour Party to help rein in the City of London.

  • ATO talks low-value goods exemption removal

    July 19, 2017

    In less than a year, Australia will become the first country to remove its GST exemption on imported low-value goods. International Tax Review spoke exclusively to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) about how it is preparing for the change, and the increasing collaboration between tax authorities post-BEPS.

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  • China’s TP documentation policy: The first year in review

    July 11, 2017

    Maggie Zhuang, tax manager at Chevron China Energy Company, shares her experience and lessons in complying with China’s transfer pricing (TP) policy under Public Notice No. 42, which required the information to be submitted for the first time.

  • The economics behind EU tax investigations: The way forward

    July 11, 2017

    The European Commission has made some surprising decisions in recent years about how tax rulings between multinationals and EU member states constitute state aid. In the second of this two-part series of articles, Carina Lange, senior consultant at CEG Global in the Netherlands, discusses how multinationals can maintain legal certainty and assess the risks associated with tax rulings.

  • Q&A: Indranee Rajah comes out to bat for Singapore’s reputation

    July 11, 2017

    Singapore’s Senior Minister of State for Law and Finance Indranee Rajah talks to Anjana Haines about global tax challenges and passionately defends the country’s tax reputation.

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It's not only Tanzanian mining that have tax problems. The Philippines is threatening more taxes https://t.co/n0SbJ4t9GQ

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Looks like the French government could be backing down against Google in its PE dispute: https://t.co/Lpj5m659qm via @ChannelNewsAsia

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A UK Tax Wiki - Could this help to unravel the UK's numerous tax laws? https://t.co/IGuJLmB0i0

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RT @devereuxlaw: Success for @AkashNawbatt and Kate Balmer in Corporation #Tax residence case https://t.co/zMFOY1lK7k https://t.co/75qi2Pir

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India is cracking down on tax evaders again https://t.co/cOk4fX0Fql

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