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Latin America

  • Editorial

  • Latin America economic overview: Laying the foundations

    Jorge Mesta and Hernan Katz praise the economic revival in the region in recent years, but warn that countries must prepare themselves properly for the risks and challenges ahead

  • Treaties take off

    After a slow start, the pace of treaty negotiations has picked up, report Carlos Iannucci of Deloitte in Argentina, Cristina Arantes Berry of Deloitte in Brazil and Anthony Cook of Deloitte in Chile

  • The impact of tax on oil and gas production in Brazil

    The complexity and number of taxes in Brazil does not make investment easy for oil and gas companies, believe Mario Nascimento, Mauro Andrade and Luiz Rezende Gomes of Deloitte in Brazil

  • Radical reform arrives in Mexico

    Recent changes to Mexico's income tax laws will have an impact on cross-border taxpayers, though an in-depth analysis must be made, including some modeling, says Luis Liñero of Deloitte in Mexico

  • Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay: Reform takes root

    Significant developments and tax reform bills in Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay may be relevant to businesses regularly operating in these countries, believe Daniel Caracciolo of Deloitte in Argentina, Ricardo Fabris of Deloitte in Paraguay and Carlos Borba of Deloitte in Uruguay

  • Andean Pact: Preparing tax systems for investment battle

    The members of the Andean Pact and Venezuela are using tax treaties to compete for foreign direct investment. Jaime Vargas Cifuentes of Deloitte in Colombia, Xavier Ribadenerira, Gustavo Lopez Ameri of Deloitte in Peru and Humberto Romero Muci of Deloitte in Venezuela report on how the agreements take local situations into account

  • Central America rushes to catch up

    Alan Saborio of Deloitte in Costa Rica and Taufic Aranky of Deloitte in Guatemala reveal what countries in Central America are doing to update their international tax rules

  • Taxing shared service centres

    How to treat shared service centres is a key issue for tax officials and taxpayers in Latin America today, report Luis Liñero of Deloitte in Mexico, Cristina Arantes Berry of Deloitte in Brazil, Daniel Caracciolo of Deloitte in Argentina, Anthony Cook of Deloitte in Chile, Jaime Vargas Cifuentes of Deloitte in Colombia and Alan Saborio of Deloitte in Costa Rica

  • Authorities take on transfer pricing

    Horacio Dinice of Deloitte in Argentina, Ricardo González Orta of Deloitte in Mexico and Marcelo Natale of Deloitte in Brazil survey the variations in transfer pricing throughout Latin America

  • How banks are taxed in Brazil

    Brazil's financial services industry is gaining momentum. Camilo Santos of Deloitte in Brazil outlines how the sector is taxed and how investors can take advantage of acquisitions


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