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International updates - October 2017

International Updates

The latest international updates from our correspondents around the world.

Argentina: Developments expected on payment mechanism of non-resident capital gains tax

Australia: The tax treatment of corporate collective investment vehicle regimes

Brazil: Developments impacting all businesses

Bulgaria: Guidance on publishing financial statements and sanctions for non-compliance released

Canada: Sweeping changes proposed to voluntary disclosure programme

Chile: New tax credit for income from employment, independent personal services and exportation services

China: New plans to promote foreign investment and manage outbound investment

Croatia: Tax authorities warn against European business number scam

European Union: European Parliament adopts legislative resolution on public CbCR

Germany: Change-in-ownership rules referred to the Federal Constitutional Court (again)

Hong Kong: Transfer pricing legislation expected by end of 2017

India: Delhi High Court restrains Vodafone’s international arbitration proceedings against India

Indonesia: Updates on DTAs with the Netherlands, Malaysia, and Armenia

Ireland: Reviewing the corporation tax regime

Italy: Italian branch exemption: operative guidelines from central revenue

Luxembourg: Guidance issued on the mutual agreement procedure

Malta: Recent developments regarding fringe benefits

Mexico: Update on capital repatriation initiative

Poland: Changes to income taxes coming in 2018

Portugal: Lights, camera, action - Portuguese tax incentive for film production

South Africa: Proposed income tax amendments and tax treaty developments

Spain: First experiences with the new rules on cassation appeals from a tax perspective

Switzerland: Federal Council issues draft legislation on Tax Reform Proposal 17

Turkey: Latest developments in the tax landscape

US Inbound: US court defers to competent authority’s judgment

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