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  • Why European tax executives are under pressure

    Sed Crest finds out why tax executives are under increasing pressure in the region, which firm they think has the best brand and whether law firms or professional services firms are winning more of the tax-services dollar


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  • Why European tax executives are under pressure

    Sed Crest finds out why tax executives are under increasing pressure in the region, which firm they think has the best brand and whether law firms or professional services firms are winning more of the tax-services dollar

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  • Lovells

  • P+P Pöllath + Partner

  • Simmons & Simmons

  • Uría & Menéndez

  • All together now

    The UK is one of the few countries in the world to have separate agencies for collecting direct and indirect tax. Now the plan is to unite them. Simon Briault assesses the reaction to the merger of the Inland Revenue and Customs & Excise

  • Senate tax bill puts House on the spot

    The US Senate's JOBS Act repeals the FSC/ETI provisions and retains the international tax reforms from previous versions, reveal Margie Rollinson, David Benson and Michael Mundaca of Ernst & Young

  • Taxes rise for bringing talent into Brazil

    The Brazilian economy could be the loser from the increase in the tax burden on the import of services, warn Gustavo Haddad and Bruno Carramaschi of Goulart Penteado, Iervolino e Lefosse Advogados, in cooperation with Linklaters

  • APAs are set to take off in Europe

    The first three multilateral advance pricing agreements have been concluded in Europe. Similar agreements are likely to grow in popularity, according to Dave Rutges, Eduard Sporken, Dirk Van Stappen and Pascal Luquet of KPMG

  • Change of government clouds business tax climate

    Iraq does have corporate tax rules in spite of the year-long turmoil. But they could be changed after the transfer of sovereignty in June 2004, warn Mahyra Roy and Michel Picard of KPMG

  • China lures foreign holding companies

    Regulatory changes have made the creation of a holding company in China more attractive. However, investors still need to be aware of the tax and foreign exchange rules, cautions Wendy Guo of KPMG

  • Ecofin considers draft Transfer Pricing Code of Conduct

    The draft Transfer Pricing Code of Conduct will improve how the EC Arbitration Convention works. Heinz-Klaus Kroppen and Stephan Rasch of Deloitte assess the progress made by the JTPF and the impact of the draft Code on new EU member states

  • New protocol to boost investment between US and the Netherlands

    A 0% dividend withholding tax rate in some cases is one of the features of the new protocol between the US and the Netherlands, according to Wouter van Holthuijsen and Saskia Rienks of PricewaterhouseCoopers

  • How the UK and Germany have treated ECJ rulings on article 43

    EU member states should consider a common policy on tax rates and reliefs. It may help them deal with treaty issues raised by the European Court of Justice, argue Timothy Jarvis, Jens-Uwe Hinder and Dirk Koehler of Hammonds


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International Tax Review Profile

RT @JudithFreedman: Mmmm, so much for consultation and international cooperation. https://t.co/xgNsZwpOdz

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RT @CLivingston96: Proud that @vertexinc CTO @b_pinamont is speaking at the @IntlTaxReview Women in #Tax Forum in NYC on 3/1! Who else is a…

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RT @Richard_Asquith: Political uncertainty says IMF means 18 month+ delay on VAT in Bahrain Kuwait Qatar or Oman https://t.co/IAJOQyYYAh ht…

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Good news for tax professionals as US Treasury proposes to repeal 298 outdated tax regulations. https://t.co/U2ipmjA8gi

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RT @MPAgnew: Roses are red And subject to VAT Unlike other things Such as garments not suitable for older persons made from Tibetan goat fu…

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