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International updates - June 2018

International Updates

The latest international updates from our correspondents around the world.

Argentina: Regulations on certain tax reform aspects

Australia: Digital tax and stapled structures

Canada: Selected international tax measures from the 2018 Canadian budget

Chile: Chilean IRS interpretation of Article 12 of Chilean double tax treaties

China: New Chinese tax incentives for innovation and private pension provision

Germany: Post-BEPS challenges and transfer pricing solution requirements in central management functions

Hong Kong: Hong Kong introduces an enhanced R&D tax incentive

India: Supreme Court rules on the tax implications of loan waivers

Indonesia: New regulation issued to identify beneficial owners in support of EOI

Ireland: High Court to hear case on deductibility of foreign withholding tax

Italy: Transfer pricing framework in Italy: formal alignment to the OECD principles

Luxembourg: New opportunities for business cooperation between Luxembourg and Ukraine

Malta: Malta Budget Measures Implementation Act 2018

New Zealand: Tax credit for research and development from April 2019

Poland: New commercial property tax in Poland

Russia: Does an asset deal prevent the transfer of historical tax risks in Russia?

South Africa: The impact of the Multilateral Convention on South African investment structures involving Mauritius

Spain: Participation exemption for real estate rental entities

Switzerland: ALPS: International social security compliance in Switzerland has just gone digital

Turkey: Turkey introduces another tax amnesty

US Inbound: Sale of partnership interest

US Outbound: IRS issues APA statistics for 2017

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The winners of the ITR Asia-Pacific Tax Awards 2023 have been announced!
Mauro Faggion appeared cautiously optimistic as the European Commission waits to see whether all 27 member states will accept its proposal.
The global minimum rate also won’t entirely stop a race to the bottom, according to a tax director speaking at an ITR conference in London.
The country’s tax authorities are not interested in seeing transfer pricing studies any more, it was claimed at an ITR industry conference in London.
The controversial measure is being watered down after criticism from the European Central Bank.
More than 600 such requests were made in 2022, while HMRC has also bolstered its fraud service, it has been revealed.
The General Court reverses its position taken four years ago, while the UN discusses tax policy in New York.
Discussion on amount B under the first part of the OECD's two-pronged approach to international tax reform is far from over, if the latest consultation is anything go by.
Pillar two might be top of mind for many multinational companies, but the huge variations between countries’ readiness means getting ahead of the game now, argues Russell Gammon, chief solutions officer at Tax Systems.
ITR’s latest quarterly PDF is going live today, leading on the looming battle between the UN and the OECD for dominance in global tax policy.