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Latin America (17th edition) (July 2020)

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  • Sponsored by Deloitte South America
    Argentina, Chile and Uruguay are all facing disruption to their transfer pricing (TP) regimes as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, write Deloitte’s practitioners. Authorities in the countries have recently been dealing with legislative reform, innovative advance pricing agreements (APAs) and first of its kind tax disputes, respectively.
  • Sponsored by Miguel Mur Abogados
    Miguel Mur and Doris Nicho of Miguel Mur Abogados evaluate the success of the Peruvian government’s steps taken to manage the economic uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Sponsored by Deloitte Andean States
    Colombia, Peru and Venezuela have all taken steps to renovate their tax legislation, write Deloitte’s practitioners. The developments suggest that tax authorities in the Andean states are paying closer attention to compliance and reporting functions as they seek to expand their credibility at a global level.