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  • Politics driving dubious digital tax rules

    September 20, 2018

    Media attention on tax has dramatically increased in the past decade, forcing politicians to pay attention – and not always for the better according to taxpayers.

  • Taxpayers wary of digital economy proposals

    September 20, 2018

    Taxpayers at the ITR Global Transfer Pricing Forum say they are worried about politically driven taxation of the digital economy – particularly the European Union’s proposed digital services tax (DST).

  • Market Insight: Why Grant Thornton and BDO want audit reform

    September 19, 2018

    Grant Thornton and BDO have come out in favour of reforming the UK’s auditing market, but the wider industry is divided over the best solution.

  • Chile plots major tax reform

    September 14, 2018

    Chilean President Sebastián Piñera has shared his plan to reform corporate tax in a bid to raise the gains of bringing cash back to the country. But does it go far enough?

  • Wayfair and the Dunkin’ Donuts philosophy

    September 14, 2018

    Walter Hellerstein, the US’s leading academic on state and local taxation, ponders Wayfair chaos, the US and EU’s shared indirect tax maladies and why so much intellectual effort is wasted on corporate taxation.

Corporate Tax

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  • China: Looking ahead in challenging times

    September 24, 2018

    KPMG’s Khoonming Ho and Lewis Lu look at what the Year of the Pig is set to bring to the Chinese tax landscape.

  • The OECD tackles financial transactions transfer pricing

    September 24, 2018

    Thousands have responded to the OECD’s draft paper on financial transactions and transfer pricing (FTTP), but agreement on applying the arm’s-length principle to financial transactions is lacking, an insider told International Tax Review.

  • Politics driving dubious digital tax rules

    September 20, 2018

    Media attention on tax has dramatically increased in the past decade, forcing politicians to pay attention – and not always for the better according to taxpayers.

Indirect Tax

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  • New Brazilian tax incentives for the automotive sector

    September 24, 2018

    Machado Associados's Ricardo Marletti Debatin da Silveira and Rogério Gaspari Coelho look at Brazil's Route 2013 Programme and how it may affect the country’s automotive sector.

  • Greece to cut corporate tax and VAT, says Prime Minister

    September 14, 2018

    Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has announced cuts to corporate tax and VAT in the coming years as the country emerges from years of enforced austerity. But many remain sceptical the cuts will actually happen.

  • Wayfair and the Dunkin’ Donuts philosophy

    September 14, 2018

    Walter Hellerstein, the US’s leading academic on state and local taxation, ponders Wayfair chaos, the US and EU’s shared indirect tax maladies and why so much intellectual effort is wasted on corporate taxation.

Compliance Management

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  • China: Looking ahead in challenging times

    September 24, 2018

    KPMG’s Khoonming Ho and Lewis Lu look at what the Year of the Pig is set to bring to the Chinese tax landscape.

  • The OECD tackles financial transactions transfer pricing

    September 24, 2018

    Thousands have responded to the OECD’s draft paper on financial transactions and transfer pricing (FTTP), but agreement on applying the arm’s-length principle to financial transactions is lacking, an insider told International Tax Review.

  • State aid not a focus for companies any more

    September 21, 2018

    More than three quarters of attendees at International Tax Review’s Global Transfer Pricing Forum say that EU state aid matters are no longer a focus for them.

Tax Disputes

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ITR Magazine

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  • International updates - September 2018

    September 03, 2018

    The latest international updates from our correspondents around the world.

  • Dispute resolution: OECD collaboration

    August 24, 2018

    The tax treaty dispute resolution process is a critical and significant issue for multinational organisations and the OECD, which has invited taxpayers to be an integral part of the oversight process.

  • The importance of working together

    August 24, 2018

    International Tax Review’s Leading Women in Tax Forum in London shone a spotlight on how building inclusive teams, empowering others and using your network can create an environment where everyone can thrive. Anjana Haines shares some highlights from the day’s discussions.

People Moves

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International Correspondents