International updates - May 2017
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International updates - May 2017

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The latest international updates from our correspondents around the world.

Albania: Albania changes Law on Hydrocarbons

Australia: Multinational tax crackdown: Government update on tax audit activities in Australia

Brazil: Brazil issues withholding tax guidance on the importation of services

Bulgaria: Clarifications published on dividends paid between Bulgaria and Moldova

Canada: Canadian 2017 budget provides update on BEPS

China: China finalises transfer pricing guidance

Croatia: Croatia implements BEPS Action 13

Cyprus: Changes anticipated on acceptable profit margins between related companies

Egypt: Egypt ratifies its DTA with Kuwait

Germany: German CFC rules regarding third countries referred to CJEU

Greece: Mutual agreement procedure clarified

Hong Kong: New Hong Kong tax rules for aircraft leasing

India: Capital gains exemption for listed shares; GST bills roll-out in sight

Indonesia: New regulations on exchange of information: beginning of a new era

Ireland: New administrative requirements for section 110 companies

Italy: Italy issues advance tax treatment ruling for logistic hubs and PEs

Luxembourg: The latest weapon in the fight against BEPS: The MLI

Malta: Malta amends tax rules on qualifying employment in aviation

Netherlands: Extended scope of the innovation box

New Zealand: Employee share scheme changes

Norway: Public consultation on expansion of tax residency rules

Poland: R&D tax deduction in Poland

Russia: Russia’s APAs for cross-border transactions offer new possibilities

Spain: Unconstitutionality of municipal capital gains

Switzerland: Swiss CFOs want to see increased tax competition by the cantons

Turkey: Tax exemption introduced for private vessels

US Inbound: The impact of Amazon’s win against the IRS

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