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BAE Systems; Ireland US FATCA agreement; UK MP publishes FTSE100 transparency responses; Cyprus IP regime; Vietnam VAT exemptions; Play.com exits Jersey; Hong Kong Court of Appeal; Canada Revenue Agency transfer pricing policy

Compliance Management

§BAE Systems believes compliance agreement will be key to Australian certainty

§ Ireland and US sign FATCA agreement in Dublin


Corporate Tax

§ How to take advantage of Cyprus’ intellectual property tax regime § UK MP begins publishing FTSE 100 tax transparency responses



Indirect Tax

§ Vietnam amends law on VAT exemptions

§ Play.com exits Jersey because of LVCR removal


Tax Disputes

§ Hong Kong Court of Appeal clarifies rules for characterising income

§ How the Canada Revenue Agency’s transfer pricing policies have evolved

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