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EU Unveils Proposals On Digital Taxation

22/9/2017

The European Commission has published its vision for the "fair taxation" of the digital economy, with options including a new EU equalization tax on the turnover of digitalized companies.

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Spanish Tax On Wind Turbines Lawful, ECJ Says

22/9/2017

The European Court of Justice has dismissed taxpayers' complaints about a Spanish levy on wind turbines.

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IRS Extends Disaster Tax Relief To Georgia

22/9/2017

The IRS has extended disaster tax relief to the entire state of Georgia as part of its coordinated federal response to the damage caused by severe storms and flooding.

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OECD Expands Consultation On Offshore Indirect Transfers Of Assets

22/9/2017

The World Bank has released French and Spanish translations of its Toolkit on the taxation of offshore indirect transfers and extended the deadline for feedback to October 20.

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ATO Publishes Figures On 'Lost' Super

22/9/2017

The Australian Taxation Office has said that there are over 6.3 million lost and ATO-held superannuation accounts, with a total value of almost AUD18bn (USD14.3bn).

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France Extends 'Video Tax'

22/9/2017

The French Government has issued a decree extending the so-called "video tax" to all digital platforms following an examination of the measure by the European Commission.

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Mexico To Waive Tax On Earthquake Donations

22/9/2017

Mexico's Inland Revenue has announced tax concessions to facilitate foreign assistance for people affected by an earthquake in its capital city on September 19.

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Switzerland Consulting On WHT Reforms

22/9/2017

The Swiss Federal Department of Finance is consulting on proposals to amend the Withholding Tax Ordinance, to more clearly define the rules for non-resident taxpayers.

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UAE Begins Registering Taxpayers For VAT

22/9/2017

The United Arab Emirates Federal Tax Authority on September 17, 2017, opened its online portal for businesses to register for value-added tax.

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Australia, Indonesia Agree To Tariff Cuts

21/9/2017

Australia and Indonesia have agreed to proceed promptly with their plan to implement tariff reductions on key commodities.

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Cairn Confirms Final Hearing Date In Indian Tax Dispute

21/9/2017

Cairn Energy on September 20 provided an update on the arbitration proceedings taking place as a result of its long-running dispute with the Indian tax authority.

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China Plans New Free Zones For E-Commerce Activities

21/9/2017

China plans to establish more new pilot zones in the nation aimed at supporting cross-border e-commerce platforms in particular.

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Irish Finance Minister Discusses Tax Priorities

21/9/2017

Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has said that Ireland's personal tax system "is not economically efficient and is not sustainable."

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Luxembourg Adapting To International Tax Changes, Says S And P

21/9/2017

While Luxembourg is adapting to changes in the international tax environment, a loss of attractiveness due to stricter international tax regulations poses one of the main risks to growth, according to Standard and Poor's.

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Macedonia Urged To Refine Tax System

21/9/2017

Macedonia should reduce labor taxes for lower-income workers and seek to maximize value-added tax (VAT), property tax, and fuel tax collections, the International Monetary Fund has said.

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