International updates - March 2017
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International updates - March 2017

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The latest international updates from our correspondents around the world.

Australia: Australian government submits DPT Bill to parliament

Brazil: Brazil releases guidance on applying withholding tax on payments for software licences

Canada: Canadian committee report recommends tighter Canadian voluntary disclosure programme

Chile: First consultation on the applicability of the Chilean GAAR

China: Tax implications of China’s regulatory rules on cross-border leverage

Cyprus: Circular in Cyprus sheds light on transfer pricing adjustments

Egypt: Egypt to issue Executive Regulations on VAT Law

EU: EU public country-by-country reporting

Georgia: Georgia and Liechtenstein DTA enters into force

Germany: Germany proposed limitations on tax deductibility of royalty payments

Greece: When is it the right time for fiscal stimulus?

Hong Kong: Hong Kong plans new tax regime for aircraft leasing

India: India budget’s key tax proposals

Indonesia: New policy to allow tax authorities to access banks’ taxpayer data

Ireland: Moscovici in Ireland to discuss CCCTB

Italy: VAT group regime in Italy

Luxembourg: Views on the Luxembourg tax reform

Mexico: Decree on capital repatriation

Montenegro: Tax debt payment plan introduced in Montenegro

Netherlands: Revised Netherlands innovation box applied to software companies

New Zealand: New Zealand releases discussion document on modernising tax administration

Norway: Breach of EEA law rejected and plans to change interest cap rules announced

Poland: Poland overhauls structure of fiscal administration

Russia: Russian MAP Profiles: A step forward in resolving treaty-related disputes

Serbia: Serbia adopts amendments to VAT Law

South Africa: The spectre of withholding tax on service fees finally laid to rest

Spain: New transfer pricing documentation requirements become applicable to MNEs

Switzerland: Swiss voters reject Corporate Tax Reform III in its proposed form

Turkey: Turkey introduces a new scheme to boost investment in underdeveloped areas

US Inbound: Executive Order could displace recent tax regulations

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The newly launched Tax Responsibility and Transparency Index will assess the ethicality of companies’ tax practices against global standards and regulations
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Law firms that pay close attention to their client relationships are more likely to win repeat work, according to a survey of nearly 29,000 in-house counsel
Paul Griggs, the firm’s inbound US senior partner, will reverse a move by the incumbent leader; in other news, RSM has announced its new CEO
The EMEA research period is open until May 31
Luis Coronado suggests companies should embrace technology to assist with TP data reporting, as the ‘big four’ firm unveils a TP survey of over 1,000 professionals
The proposed matrix will help revenue officers track intra-company transactions from multinationals
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