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  • Outsourcing: the key to adding value

    Core competency and outsourcing are hot issues. The following article looks at why handing over non-core activities to the specialists can result in huge benefits for multinationals. By Sharon Cunningham


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  • Outsourcing: the key to adding value

    Core competency and outsourcing are hot issues. The following article looks at why handing over non-core activities to the specialists can result in huge benefits for multinationals. By Sharon Cunningham

  • Keeping tabs on global developments

    In the first in a new quarterly series looking at global transfer pricing developments, the following article tracks recent changes in Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, North America and Africa. By Bill Dodge and Giovanni DiCenso, Deloitte & Touche, Washington, DC

  • Transfer pricing techniques for group treasury companies

    Group treasury companies may be viewed as nothing more than a corporate moneybox or as in-house banks. Careful consideration of the circumstances is required. By Gareth Green, Ernst & Young, London

  • Netherlands takes further steps towards arm’s-length principle

    New transfer pricing and APA rules have been introduced in the Netherlands as a precursor to codification of the arm’s-length principle later in 2001. By Eduard Sporken, KPMG Meijburg & Co, Amstelveen

  • India grapples with e-commerce

    The growth in global e-commerce is giving tax authorities and taxpayers the world over some major issues to contend with. This article looks at the Indian response to the challenge. By Ajay Mehra and Rakesh Jariwal, Arthur Andersen, India

  • Understanding Japan’s tax-free reorganization proposals

    New Japanese tax rules permit business reorganizations to be achieved tax-free, provided certain detailed requirements are met. By Gary Peterson and Al Zencak, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Tokyo

  • Germany fails to clarify bond issue

    Germany’s Federal Ministry of Finance has changed taxation on the sale of and disregarded a recent court ruling for convertible and exchangeable bonds. By Florian Schultz, Linklaters Oppenhoff & Rädler, Frankfurt

  • Article 17: an argument for repeal

    Does article 17 of the OECD model convention have its basis in outdated and discriminatory assumptions about artistes and athletes? Hold on to your hats for a whistle stop tour of its development, its lack of fit with the modern world and reasons for its repeal. By Joel Nitikman, Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP, Vancouver

  • IRS keeps taxpayers on their toes

    Recent developments in the US courts, the IRS, and the WTO and OECD are looked at in detail


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@hselftax And, following on, VAR is actually making some of the games a lot more interesting. 'Value-Adding Replays', one might say...

Jun 21 2018 05:07 ·  reply ·  retweet ·  favourite
International Tax Review Profile

@hselftax The World Cup is #Wayfair-er now that there's VAR #TaxTwitterWorldCup

Jun 21 2018 05:06 ·  reply ·  retweet ·  favourite
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Tax chaos looms as US Supreme Court rules in favour of South Dakota in Wayfair case https://t.co/M4yEQAT2cX #wayfair #taxtwitter

Jun 21 2018 05:02 ·  reply ·  retweet ·  favourite
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A new #Wayfair-style tax is applicable immediately in Louisiana following the Supreme Court's decision. This is the… https://t.co/Wi2yIwalgJ

Jun 21 2018 04:31 ·  reply ·  retweet ·  favourite
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RT @USSupremeCourt: SOUTH DAKOTA v. WAYFAIR, INC., ET AL.. Decided 06/21/2018 https://t.co/gy8M6dN94Y

Jun 21 2018 04:21 ·  reply ·  retweet ·  favourite
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