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10 December 2012

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Ireland-US FATCA agreement; UK & Ireland tax accounting standards; UK Autumn Statement; Germany-Switzerland tax agreement; Indian reverse charge mechanism; OECD VAT guidelines; Holding companies and VAT groups; and Strategic dividend distribution.



Compliance Management

Ireland concludes FATCA agreement with US

Financial Reporting Council shakes up tax accounting standards in UK and Ireland





Corporate Tax

AUTUMN STATEMENT: UK cuts corporate tax rate amid raft of anti-avoidance measures

Germany – Switzerland agreement hits the rocks, but may be revived





Indirect Tax

Expansion of reverse charge mechanism in India

OECD moves forward with VAT guidelines





Tax Disputes

Advocate General says holding companies can join VAT groups

Indian ITAT allows strategic dividend distribution in Maersk case






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