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  • Cultural evolution: the tax business in China

    China's embrace of the free market masks government institutions that make life unique for the tax professional here. Claire Jones finds out what tax professionals need to know to get the most from a novel political and economic environment


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  • Cultural evolution: the tax business in China

    China's embrace of the free market masks government institutions that make life unique for the tax professional here. Claire Jones finds out what tax professionals need to know to get the most from a novel political and economic environment

  • Why the OECD supports arbitration

    The OECD's Mary Bennett tells Sed Crest why double tax treaties should take more notice of arbitration

  • 2007's tax challenges

    The year ahead is set to be action packed for tax markets around the world. Catherine Snowdon finds out about the fiscal hopes and fears around the globe

  • Opportunity knocks in transfer pricing

    Higher interest deductions from intragroup funding structures could be available because of the UK tax authority's approach to audits, believes Shiv Mahalingham of Chiltern

  • Income trusts cope with upheaval

    Michael Friedman and Todd Miller of McMillan Binch Mendelsohn identify the challenges and tax-planning opportunities that the new SIFT rules raise for non-resident investors

  • How to manage TP differences

    Current documentation and advance pricing agreements are two strategies that could overcome the differences between OECD, Dutch and US services regulations, believe KPMG Meijburg & Co

  • Spain focuses on anti-avoidance

    New anti-abuse measures contain important changes to transfer pricing, transfer tax and the definition of a tax haven, reveals José Maria Cusí of Clifford Chance

  • Navigating the new expatriate tax laws

    Sec 911 has changed the tax treatment of US expatriates. Edward Gibbons and Leann Balbona of KPMG in the US reveal that housing is only one area where expats and employers may have to rethink their assignment strategies

  • India's transfer pricing audit lessons

    Vispi Patel of RSM & Co describes the attitude of the Indian revenue authorities to transfer pricing audits and points out how international taxpayers could mitigate their risk


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