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China will waive capital gains tax for foreign investors trading through the Shenzhen-Hong Kong exchange link: https://t.co/i3KX87Y0oB

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Switzerland & New Zealand have today signed a joint declaration to introduce the AEOI.Data will be collected from 2018 & exchanged from 2019

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UK Public Accounts Committee has said the UK should take the lead on public CbCR and push for an international agreement on its introduction

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Australia is enhancing the wine equalisation tax rebate to support the the grape growing, winemaking and the associated tourism sector

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EU companies will benefit from EC's new measures to improve #VAT for e-commerce businesses https://t.co/ysKZ08OTZI

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