International updates - October 2016
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International updates - October 2016


The latest international updates from our correspondents around the world.

Argentina: Tax promotional regime for energy generation through renewable sources

Australia: An overview of recent tax developments in Australia

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Bosnia and Herzegovina amends rules on counteracting money laundering and terrorist financing

Brazil: Brazil releases public consultation on mutual agreement procedures

Bulgaria: Bulgaria amends VAT Law and requires liquid fuel traders to provide collateral

Canada: Canada introduces debt-parking rules to prevent avoidance of foreign exchange gains

Chile: Chilean investors should check their tax residence

Croatia: Croatia publishes new bylaw on the automatic exchange of information

Cyprus: Cyprus amends property taxes and fees

Germany: Tax neutral cross-border downstream merger

India: Recent notable advance rulings in India

Indonesia: Tax treatment for having special purpose vehicles under the tax amnesty scheme

Italy: The new Italian ‘White List’ – tax opportunities for foreign investors

Luxembourg: Luxembourg introduces new alternative investment fund vehicle

Malta: Malta and securitisation cell companies

New Zealand: New Zealand government releases discussion document on tackling hybrid mismatches

Poland: International assignments – new labour law and standpoint of tax authorities

Romania: VAT compliance and reporting trends in Romania

Russia: Russia amends tax laws to involve taxpayers in audits with higher tax authorities

Spain: New tax regime applicable to capital gains due to change of residence

Switzerland: Geneva State Council releases plan on how to implement Corporate Tax Reform III

US Outbound: EC state aid investigation into tax rulings between a US multinational and Ireland

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