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  • Developing Asia

    The role of head of an in-house tax department is becoming an increasingly complex and challenging one to take on. Long hours, resource and talent shortages and ever-changing legislative landscapes are but a few of the challenges. Catherine Snowdon finds out why the situation for the tax directors of Asia is even more convoluted.


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  • Developing Asia

    The role of head of an in-house tax department is becoming an increasingly complex and challenging one to take on. Long hours, resource and talent shortages and ever-changing legislative landscapes are but a few of the challenges. Catherine Snowdon finds out why the situation for the tax directors of Asia is even more convoluted.

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  • Kim & Chang

  • UK proposes changes to foreign profits taxation

    James MacLachlan and John Fairley of Baker & McKenzie examine the UK government's thinking on the taxation of foreign profits

  • LNG and oil sands under attack

    Risk is something that goes hand in hand with the oil and gas industry. Militants' guns in Nigeria, political tensions surrounding reserves in Russia and Venezuela and production uncertainty that paticipants must accept: the market faces it all. There is another challenger - the tax authorities. And as Catherine Snowdon finds out, they are raising the stakes

  • Learning to manage VAT risk

    Christoph Schärer, in Zurich, and Harvey Mayne, in Frankfurt, from PricewaterhouseCoopers explains why VAT risk is a major threat to businesses in the EU

  • Sempra ruling ends divided tax bias

    Sempra Metals won a landmark victory in the UK House of Lords in July. Clive Greenwood, joint head of partnerships and LLPs at Lewis Silkin in London, explains how a revenue interpretation was contrary to European law

  • Landmark rulings shape transfer pricing policy

    KR Girish and Rohit Jain, of KPMG in South India, review the impact of key transfer pricing decisions for multinational companies


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