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International updates - December/January 2015


The latest international updates from our correspondents around the world.

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Special solidarity contribution entered into force in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Brazil: Brazilian Federal Revenue Authorities issue Normative Instruction regulating the tax treatment of dividends, interest on net equity and the equity-pick up method

Bulgaria: Bulgaria – Norway double tax treaty

Canada: Revised rules regarding back-to-back lending arrangements

Chile: New CFC rules

China: Clarification of tax position of Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect programme and QFIIs/RQFIIs

Cyprus: Public listed companies in Cyprus

Germany: Treaty override under constitutional attack again

Hong Kong: Hong Kong signs Model 2 IGA under FATCA

India: Ruling on applicability of deduction non-discrimination clause

Ireland: Changes to Irish corporate residence rules

Italy: Italy announces Patent Box regime from 2015

Luxembourg: Tax measures to be introduced January 2015

FYR Macedonia Lower VAT registration threshold enacted; possibility of electronic invoicing introduced

Malta: Budget 2015: New and revised tax measures

Mexico: New miscellaneous rules allow the deduction of pro-rata expenses

Montenegro: Privatisation of Poliex: Montenegrin arms exporter

New Zealand: NZ Inland Revenue releases GAAR guidance

Norway: Corporate tax changes in the 2015 national Budget

Poland: Amendments to transfer pricing regulations from January 2015

Romania: Tax incentives introduced in 2014

Serbia: Controversial law on public notaries

South Africa: Treaty shopping in a South African context

Spain: Spanish Supreme Court confirms PE interpretation in certain business restructurings

Switzerland: Why the Swiss Corporate Tax Reform III needs to be aligned with BEPS

US Inbound: Inbound § 7874 issues

US Outbound: IRS releases final GRA regulations

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The General Court reverses its position taken four years ago, while the UN discusses tax policy in New York.
Discussion on amount B under the first part of the OECD's two-pronged approach to international tax reform is far from over, if the latest consultation is anything go by.
Pillar two might be top of mind for many multinational companies, but the huge variations between countries’ readiness means getting ahead of the game now, argues Russell Gammon, chief solutions officer at Tax Systems.
ITR’s latest quarterly PDF is going live today, leading on the looming battle between the UN and the OECD for dominance in global tax policy.
Company tax changes are central to the German government’s plan to revive the economy, but sources say they miss the mark. Ralph Cunningham reports.
The winners of the ITR Americas Tax Awards have been announced for 2023!
There is a ‘huge demand’ for tax services in the Middle East, says new Clyde & Co partner Rachel Fox in an interview with ITR.
The ECB warns the tax could leave banks with weaker capital levels, while the UAE publishes guidance on its new corporate tax regime.
Caroline Setliffe and Ben Shem-Tov of Eversheds Sutherland give an overview of the US transfer pricing penalty regime and UK diverted profits tax considerations for multinational companies.
The result follows what EY said was one of the most successful years in the firm’s history.