International updates - November 2016
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International updates - November 2016

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The latest international updates from our correspondents around the world.

Albania: Albanian transfer pricing regulations

Australia: Australia increases focus on MNE tax avoidance and BEPS initiatives

Brazil: Brazil updates tax haven and privileged tax regime lists

Bulgaria: Bulgarian transfer pricing regulations

Canada: Canada introduces draft legislation to broaden back-to-back rules to character substitution transactions

Chile: Tax treatment for cloud computing services provided without a license

China: China’s recent measures to comply with BEPS, CRS and the New Silk Road

Croatia: Croatian transfer pricing regulations

Curaçao: Tax rules for businesses to change as budget law is approved by parliament

Cyprus: Cyprus and Latvia sign DTA

Germany: CJEU asked to rule on German anti-treaty shopping rule

Greece: Uncertain application of Greece’s network of double tax treaties

Hong Kong: New guidance for corporate treasury centres in Hong Kong

India: Tax amortisation of goodwill

Indonesia: Google in Indonesia

Ireland: Ireland updates its international tax strategy

Luxembourg: Real estate funds: VAT exemption for fund management services

Malta: Release of the 2017 budget

Mexico: Mexican Supreme Court of Justice rules against taxpayers on deduction limits and electronic accounting

New Zealand: New Zealand Inland Revenue expands monitoring of large taxpayers

Norway: Corporate tax cut and new financial activities tax announced in Norway’s 2017 state budget

Poland planning significant VAT changes in 2017

Romania: Romanian individual tax residency position

Serbia: Kazakhstan Senate approves DTA with Serbia

South Korea: Another taxpayer win at the Supreme Court on a beneficial ownership case

Spain: Potential recovery of Spanish energy taxes

Switzerland: UK’s hybrid mismatch rules to impact Swiss entities

US Inbound: US Treasury issues final regulations on tax treatment of corporate debt

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