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  • North America: the stars line up

    The stars are out in ITR’s fifth survey of North America. Sophisticated clients demanding round-the-clock access and better value add pressure to the tax adviser’s role. Oliver Ralph and Phillippa Cannon identify advisers who excel under pressure


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  • North America: the stars line up

    The stars are out in ITR’s fifth survey of North America. Sophisticated clients demanding round-the-clock access and better value add pressure to the tax adviser’s role. Oliver Ralph and Phillippa Cannon identify advisers who excel under pressure

  • Derivatives sail into US safe harbour

    The IRS has updated its definition of financial products, extending a safe harbour for securities and commodities to derivatives. Linda Carlisle and Daniel Gilroy of White & Case, Washington DC, report on regulations which could lead to a boom in hedge funds

  • China circular signals new departure

    Foreign investors in the People’s Republic of China take note – the PRC tax authorities have turned on the transfer pricing heat. May Huang and Alan Tsoi of PricewaterhouseCoopers in Beijing, analyze the contents of a new circular on the subject

  • Seize the moment in Korea

    The Korean government’s new warmth towards foreign investors has created M&A opportunities. Potential tax structures are analyzed by Todd M Landau, Yong-Kyun Kim and Robin Voigt of PricewaterhouseCoopers, New York, Seoul and Chicago

  • New Zealand tightens up on trading stock

    New Zealand’s Inland Revenue is tightening up on the accuracy with which taxpayers value income from trading stock. Andrew Button of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Auckland, alerts readers to the consequences

  • Europe’s tax penalties compared

    Piergiorgio Valente of Studio Associato Legale Tributario (Ernst & Young) gives an overview of the key principles behind administrative tax penalties in the jurisdictions of Italy, Sweden, the UK, France and Germany

  • Exploring the taxation of oil and gas (part four)

    The final part of ITR’s survey brings together traditional and emerging oil and gas locations. By Mark Campbell, Mike Kubena and Varinder Matharu of PricewaterhouseCoopers, Baku and Moscow, and Michael Thompson of Freshfields, London


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International Tax Review Profile

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