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Awards and Surveys

  • November 2011

    Americas Awards 2011

    November 01, 2011

    One of the few transfer pricing cases to go to trial in the US in the last decade won an Americas Tax Award from International Tax Review for Symantec, the taxpayer at the centre of the litigation.

  • The 50 biggest influences in tax

    November 01, 2011

    International Tax Review reveals its selection for the 50 biggest influences in international tax, with a mix of tax directors, officials, campaigners and multilateral organisations.

  • June 2011

    European Tax Awards

    June 01, 2011

    International Tax Review broke new ground last month with the presentation of awards for the leading in-house tax teams in Europe for direct and indirect tax.

  • May 2011

    In the spotlight: Tax planners face more scrutiny

    May 01, 2011

    The structures and operations of international taxpayers are coming under increased attention from officials. International Tax Review publishes its 2011 Tax Planning Survey results and sees that companies need to think twice about undertaking traditional planning strategies.

  • Women in Business Law Awards: Shortlist revealed

    May 01, 2011

  • April 2011

    Latin America's tax officials speak out

    April 01, 2011

    Latin America's taxpayers and advisers rarely hesitate to point out the flaws of their tax administrations. Liz Bearese speaks with top officials at revenue services in Colombia, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay to hear the side of the story from those who have the power to give the final word and who are shaping the future of the region's tax systems.

  • March 2011

    2011 Tax Transactional Survey

    March 01, 2011

    With the global transaction market taking tentative steps out of the economic downturn, International Tax Review publishes its 2011 Tax Transactional Survey results and discovers that taxpayers are slowly gaining confidence to spend but that advisers are going to have to work harder to get deals done.

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