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  • Identifying the common denominator

    Tax legislation is changing at a rapid pace in the countries of Latin America, which can mean headaches for in-house tax directors and plenty of business for their advisers. However, the upside is that most countries in the region are adopting a uniform approach. Sharon Cunningham reports


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  • Identifying the common denominator

    Tax legislation is changing at a rapid pace in the countries of Latin America, which can mean headaches for in-house tax directors and plenty of business for their advisers. However, the upside is that most countries in the region are adopting a uniform approach. Sharon Cunningham reports

  • Arthur Andersen

  • Chevez, Ruiz, Zamarripa Y Cia, SC

  • Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu

  • Ernst & Young's Latin American Business Center (LABC)

  • KPMG

  • McDermott, Will & Emery

  • Ortiz, Sainz Y Tron, SC

  • Xavier, Bernardes, Braganca

  • PricewaterhouseCoopers

  • Latin America explores cyberspace

    In tax terms, cyberspace is relatively unchartered territory for Latin America. Jorge A Gross, Nicasio del Castillo, Manuel Solano, Eduardo Pupo and German Jimenez of PricewaterhouseCoopers' Latin American Business Center take a look at regional developments

  • Russia drags its feet over profits tax

    Divided approaches to the subject of profits tax means that Russian legislation is slow in coming through. In the latest in a series of articles on Russian tax reform, Robert Fort of Deloitte & Touche, Moscow examines the issue

  • Germany protects tax base

    While lenient by international standards, Germany's new draft transfer pricing regulations transform the audit process. The aim is to protect the tax base through a 'tax auditor bill of rights', while avoiding unreasonable demands. By Alexander Vögele of KPMG, Frankfurt

  • Griffin versus Citibank Investments

    John Baldry, barrister with international law firm Allen & Overy, reports on the decision of the High Court in a recent anti-avoidance case, Griffin v Citibank Investments Limited, and outlines the history of substance over form in the UK

  • Dubai makes a bid for e-business

    Substantial inward investment taking place in a sensible and efficient tax system makes Dubai Internet City a serious consideration for any company seeking a suitable location for its e-business hub. Robert Peake of Arthur Andersen, Dubai, explains why

  • EU forces change in French VAT

    An ECJ ruling has brought to an end the dispute between the French tax administration and the business community over VAT on expenses. Roland Delfaud of Mazars & Associés, Paris explains what, in practical terms, the ruling means

  • Court decision gives rise to claim hopes

    A court decision overturning German regulations on the deduction of input tax from travel expenses could spell good news for businesses. By Stefan Lutz, Mazars Revision & Treuhandgesellschaft mbH, Frankfurt discusses the implications of the ruling

  • Israel smiles on foreign investors

    Israel's taxation system, although complex, offers plenty of attractive opportunities to foreign investors. Proposals due to come into force in the new year are likely to maintain this investor-friendly state of affairs. By Alon Kaplan, Tel Aviv

  • Portugal courts global business

    Portugal is in the process of enacting changes aimed at equalizing its personal taxation regime, and making it a more attractive base for foreign investors. Fernando Brás, Ricardo Borges and Lisete Duarte, of Ernst and Young, Lisbon investigate

  • Keeping the competitive edge

    New measures designed to maintain the Netherlands' position as a key location for investment activities include changes to tax ruling practice, and codification of the arm's-length principle. Eduard Sporken and Iwan Hoo of PricewaterhouseCoopers, Amsterdam report

  • Lynne Patmore

    Group tax director, Vodafone Group. Managing the tax function at one of the world's largest companies must, by any standards, be a tough job. But for Lynne Patmore, group tax director of Vodafone, a challenging environment is a sure recipe for job satisfaction


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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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