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  • Saudi Arabia plays safe on reform

    New Saudi tax reforms attempt to balance the need for alternative sources of income with the desire for more foreign investment in the private sector.


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  • Fighting for harmony, not balance

    In a frank rejoinder to an article that was published in the February issue of International Tax Review, Robert Couzin’s defends the right of companies to legally reduce their tax burden.

  • Saudi Arabia plays safe on reform

    New Saudi tax reforms attempt to balance the need for alternative sources of income with the desire for more foreign investment in the private sector.

  • Grasp the moment in China

    Foreign investors should act now if they want to get the best out of post-WTO China.

  • Leaders and followers join forces

    Latin American countries are taking steps towards greater regional tax co-ordination.

  • Draft code disappoints and burdens

    Investors are advised to remain vigilant in the light of Russia’s disappointing draft tax code.

  • Investment boom attracts expats

    A simplified foreign investment regime is opening up a number of expat tax opportunities.

  • Insurers push to close the loophole

    US insurers voice their anger over a perceived tax loophole used by some insurers to transfer risk offshore.

  • Kriss Bush

    In the first in a series profiling in-house tax professionals, Sharon Cunningham talks to Kriss Bush, CPA, as he reflects on his career at Cable & Wireless and looks forward to his future with leading investment bank Lehman Brothers

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    Choose who's top in North America Fill in our questionnaire to make your opinion count as to who are really the best tax advisers


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