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  • The best advisers in Asia-Pacific

    Tax advisers thrive in periods of change. Financial instability in Asia has made more work for advisers, but brought greater pressure too. Clients demand lower fees and rivals try to poach staff. Phillippa Cannon and Adrian Preston discuss tactics with the winners and their clients


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  • The best advisers in Asia-Pacific

    Tax advisers thrive in periods of change. Financial instability in Asia has made more work for advisers, but brought greater pressure too. Clients demand lower fees and rivals try to poach staff. Phillippa Cannon and Adrian Preston discuss tactics with the winners and their clients

  • Canada unveils a new model system

    Canada’s Technical Committee on Business Taxation finds an uneven tax system at odds with development priorities and a highly taxed service sector. By Stephen R Richardson of Tory Tory DesLauriers & Binnington, Toronto

  • Cambodia: a risk worth taking?

    In the first of three articles on investment in Indochina, John Fisher and Tim Watson of Coopers & Lybrand, Melbourne and Ho Chi Minh City analyse Cambodia’s attractions, which include flexibility and some unique tax incentives and guarantees

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

    In the second part of International Tax Review’s survey of oil and gas taxation, Peter Poulos of KPMG, Melbourne examines how Australia’s tax regime applies in the context of the energy industry, and highlights international considerations

  • Fine tuning for financial services

    Hong Kong’s 1998/1999 budget presented the Special Administrative Region with a challenge – to ballast the economy against instability, but at the same time attract investment. Sunny Choong of Price Waterhouse, Hong Kong examines the results

  • Latin America builds bridges to investment

    Tax treaty negotiations in Latin America are proceeding at a rapid pace. Jorge Gross and John Salerno of Price Waterhouse LLP, Miami and Boston alert readers to the changes, and to the tax planning opportunities for multinationals

  • Compete as a qualifying intermediary

    Burdens imposed on non-US financial institutions by new US withholding rules can be alleviated by a qualified intermediary agreement with the IRS. By Barbara Hanrehan and Alan Shapiro of Deloitte & Touche, LLP New York and Washington, DC


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