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  • India GST: The mechanics of compliance

    Much like the Maruti Suzuki or iconic Hindustan Ambassador cars that changed the nature of India’s roads, the new GST system holds the potential to evolve Indian taxation forever with its intelligent structure and technological advances that are intended to bolster compliance and curb corruption. Anjana Haines examines the country’s biggest tax reform since Indian independence.


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  • China’s TP documentation policy: The first year in review

    Maggie Zhuang, tax manager at Chevron China Energy Company, shares her experience and lessons in complying with China’s transfer pricing (TP) policy under Public Notice No. 42, which required the information to be submitted for the first time.

  • European Tax Awards 2017: Winners announced

    Over 30 different firms and individuals won recognition for their unique achievements at this year’s European Tax Awards 2017 held at The Savoy, London.

  • The economics behind EU tax investigations: The way forward

    The European Commission has made some surprising decisions in recent years about how tax rulings between multinationals and EU member states constitute state aid. In the second of this two-part series of articles, Carina Lange, senior consultant at CEG Global in the Netherlands, discusses how multinationals can maintain legal certainty and assess the risks associated with tax rulings.

  • Q&A: Indranee Rajah comes out to bat for Singapore’s reputation

    Singapore’s Senior Minister of State for Law and Finance Indranee Rajah talks to Anjana Haines about global tax challenges and passionately defends the country’s tax reputation.

  • Tax director 2.0

    Tax work is being transformed by technology, and the role of the tax director is changing with it. Joe Stanley-Smith looks at the new tools on offer to businesses, the skills needed to use them properly, and why companies need to jump on the bandwagon sooner rather than later.

  • Philippines tax reform to raise costly challenges for companies

    The Philippines government has established the primary basis for a comprehensive tax reform package that is part of a wider ambitious plan for national development. Emmanuel P Bonoan, vice chairman and chief operating officer of KPMG R.G. Manabat & Co, and former undersecretary of the Philippines Department of Finance (DoF), examines the provisions of package 1 of the tax reform, which will affect multinational corporations (MNCs) and major industries.

  • Special features - July/August 2017

    Read this month's special features on Ireland and the US


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