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International updates - February 2016


The latest international updates from our correspondents around the world.

Albania: Albania abolishes taxes for small businesses

Argentina: Argentina: Exchange control and foreign trade news

Australia: 'Significant global entities' in Australia contending with new anti-avoidance laws

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Changes to Property Tax Law in the Bosnian Republic of Srpska

Brazil: Brazil issues new interpretative law on taxes covered under double tax treaties

Canada: Canada clarifies foreign currency conversions for thin-cap ratio

Chile: Chilean government sends new tax reform Bill to the Congress

China: China's VAT zero-rating concession for exported service scope expanded

Cyprus: Is your company eligible for a Cyprus tax residency certificate?

EU: 2016: The year of EU corporate tax reform and fiscal transparency?

Georgia: Treaty analysis: Georgia-Belarus double tax treaty enters into force

Germany: German Ministry of Finance set to join case on RETT intra-group exception

Greece: Tick the box for a shifting Greek PE landscape

India: India releases draft report on Income Tax Act simplification

Indonesia: Indonesia to optimise tax revenue and separate tax authority from the Ministry of Finance

Luxembourg: Luxembourg tax amnesty – an unmissable opportunity

New Zealand: New Zealand Court of Appeal rules on residency test for individuals

Norway: Herkules Capital wins carried interest tax dispute in the Norwegian Supreme Court

Poland: Poland set to introduce new tax on financial sector

Russia: Russia announces legislation to register foreign suppliers of e-services for VAT

Spain: Spanish tax lease system does not constitute state aid

Switzerland: VAT and e-invoicing: Switzerland back on track

Ukraine: Ukraine tax code changes taking effect from January 1 2016

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