This week the European Commission is facing opposition over its windfall tax proposal, while Tesla is considering moving production to the US over tax breaks.
The winners of the ITR EMEA Tax Awards have been announced for 2022!
12th annual awards announce winners
Sponsored by EY RomaniaUkrainians who stay in Romania for more than six months could face additional tax liabilities. Corina Mîndoiu and Andra Ciotic of EY Romania explain the relevant legislation for those who fled the conflict.
Sponsored by Deloitte IrelandHas private investment in renewable energy been adequately addressed in Ireland’s TSG’s budget papers?David Neary of Deloitte Ireland provides an overview of Ireland’s Tax Strategy Group’s (TSG) recommendations with respect to incentivising renewable energy.
The European Commission moves to apply a windfall levy on EU electricity firms, while Germany presses ahead with legislation to enforce unilaterally the global minimum tax deal.
Government officials and OECD leaders say digital service taxes are only the first set of unilateral risks to come if there are not enough countries to implement the two-pillar solution.
Separate treatments for business groups and their individual entities in international tax law are forcing in-house leaders to change how they think about compliance.
Pascal Saint-Amans is leaving as director of the OECD’s tax unit after 15 years of service.
Siemens and Uber are among the companies shifting tax plans to manage the unprecedented pace of global tax legislation.
APAC tax teams that engage proactively with authorities can still face difficult decisions on how to approach their compliance obligations in different countries.
Kuwait signed its first tax treaty with a Gulf Cooperation Council country, while the IRS and Western Digital have settled a $1.6 billion transfer pricing dispute.
Microsoft and Unilever raise concerns in the OECD consultation on pillar one, while the Brazilian government is set to table a bill on transfer pricing reform.
Raffaele Russo, an international tax and policy expert, explains why the OECD’s Crypto Asset Reporting Framework (CARF) offers a big opportunity for tax progression but it still needs some improvements.
Karl Berlin, vice president and head of tax at Ørsted, makes the case for a more transparent, more sustainable tax policy and explains why his company takes this approach.
The winners of the ITR APAC Tax Awards have been announced for 2022!
ITR is delighted to reveal all the shortlisted firms, teams, and practitioners for the 2022 Americas Tax Awards – winners to be announced on September 22
ITR is delighted to reveal all the shortlisted firms, teams, and practitioners – winners to be announced on September 15