The European Commission is set to face WTO complaints from India and other countries over the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism, while a federal judge dismisses two tax charges against Hunter Biden.
A steady stream of countries has announced steps towards implementing pillar two, but Korea has got there first. Ralph Cunningham finds out what tax executives should do next.
The Rising Stars Awards have released the list of winners for the 2022 Asia-Pacific awards.
Sponsored by YulchonKyu Dong Kim, Min Young Sung, Joon Yung Jo and Ellie Jin of Yulchon report that foreign companies receiving Korean-sourced income are now required to disclose information about their financials and investors to access treaty benefits.
Sponsored by Deloitte ChinaScott Oleson, Rajat Ranjan and Andrew Zhu of Deloitte provide a guide to the post-merger integration issues that need to be considered in China, India, Japan, South Korea, New Zealand and Southeast Asia.
Sponsored by YulchonKyu Dong Kim, Yong Whan Choi, Min Young Sung and Ja-Young Lee of Yulchon consider the tax audit, appeal and planning opportunities concerning beneficial ownership involving South Korean inbound investments.