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  • Asia's leading tax advisers

    Over-complexity and over-simplicity are just two of the evils marring the sophistication of tax regimes in many Asian jurisdictions. The following article looks at how variety spices up the business of tax advice in Asia and provides the results of International Tax Review's survey into Asia's best advisers. By Sharon Cunningham


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  • Asia's leading tax advisers

    Over-complexity and over-simplicity are just two of the evils marring the sophistication of tax regimes in many Asian jurisdictions. The following article looks at how variety spices up the business of tax advice in Asia and provides the results of International Tax Review's survey into Asia's best advisers. By Sharon Cunningham

  • Singapore legislates for hi-tech growth

    Significant exemptions from withholding tax were offered to Singapore’s software importers in the recent budget speech. While some legal issues remain unresolved, increased certainty should boost this area. By Kenny Foo, Baker & McKenzie, Singapore

  • India tackles transfer pricing

    New transfer pricing provisions were introduced in India as part of the Union Budget 2001. And not before time, in a country that is at the forefront of those reaping the benefits of globalization. By Mukesh Butani of Andersen, Mumbai

  • OECD: promoting tax competition

    The OECD negotiates that difficult line between legitimate tax planning activities and outright non-compliance with tax laws. By Richard M Hammer, chairman, Committee on Taxation and Fiscal Policy of the Business and Industry Advisory Committee to the OECD, and Jeffrey Owens, head of Fiscal Affairs, OECD

  • What next for UK mixers?

    When changes to the ‘mixer’ regime were set in progress, UK corporations were left with a narrowing range of planning options. Some possibilities for a Dutch resident mixer are considered here. By Gay Deuchar and Frank van Hulsen, Ernst & Young’s International Tax Services department

  • Netherlands eases rules for multinationals

    The Netherlands Supreme Court has recently announced decisions on the participation exemption and fiscal unity regime. Multinationals take note. By Corina van Lindonk and Mark van der Linden, Deloitte & Touche, Rotterdam and Chicago

  • Germany attacks international stock option plans

    An increasing number of multinationals are implementing their stock option plans in Germany. There are both benefits for employees and tax consequences for the local German subsidiary. By Hans-Jörg Fischer, Deloitte & Touche, Frankfurt

  • Spain takes aim at tax havens

    Spain is keen to discourage the abusive use of tax havens. In both the personal and corporate income tax regimes, rules limit the possibilities for dubious practices. By Juan Ramón Medina Cepero, Universidad Internacional de Cataluña

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International Tax Review Profile

Big Soda scores victory as Chicago-area tax repealed - could this be the beginning of the end of the sugar tax trend?https://t.co/PNuafWHy9K

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International Tax Review Profile

Ebay and Netflix pay total UK tax of less than £1.9m - How long until HMRC investigate their TP practices? https://t.co/VPPsT3aGMZ via @FT

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International Tax Review Profile

Panama Papers: German authorities carry out first raids in connection with tax leaks https://t.co/LgalVGGw0x via @dwnews

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International Tax Review Profile

RT @ScoopOnTaxes: @Skynet This will not end well for humanity. https://t.co/jsxVwDoDc5

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International Tax Review Profile

Goverments will one day soon look at how to tax robots https://t.co/3ghYzRmw8x

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