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Brazil Extends Repetro Tax Regime

23/8/2017

Brazil has extended concessionary tax arrangements for oil and natural gas exploration companies to 2040.

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Alberta Appeals Ruling That Beer Tax Violates Trade Rules

23/8/2017

The Alberta Government has announced that it will appeal a ruling that its tax rebate program for small brewers violates the province's trade obligations.

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Canada Launches Resin Dumping Inquiry

23/8/2017

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal has initiated a preliminary injury inquiry into the alleged dumping and subsidizing of plastics from China, India, Oman, and Pakistan.

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China Considering Dumping Duties On Brazilian Chicken Products

23/8/2017

China's Commerce Ministry has initiated an investigation into alleged dumping of processed chicken from Brazil, following a complaint from the China Animal Agriculture Association.

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Companies Begin Paying Taiwan's New 'Netflix Tax'

23/8/2017

Taiwan has said that a total of 45 overseas providers of electronic services have filed value-added tax returns in respect of electronic supplies to the domestic market, under the territory's new "Netflix tax."

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Court Rules In Favor Of Taxpayer In Canadian TP Audit Case

23/8/2017

The Federal Court of Canada has ruled that the Canadian Revenue Agency may not conduct further in-person interviews with representatives from a multinational corporation concerning its transfer pricing affairs, having already discussed earlier tax years.

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Ireland Found 'Compliant' With Tax Transparency Standards

23/8/2017

The OECD has rated Ireland compliant with international standards on tax transparency.

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Panama Reduces Tax Agency's Frontline Services

23/8/2017

Panama's Inland Revenue has introduced a daily limit on the number of face-to-face consultations it will offer taxpayers wishing to register for taxes.

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Scotland Urged To Overhaul Commercial Property Taxes

23/8/2017

A report commissioned by the Scottish Government has put forward 30 recommendations on reform of Scotland's business rates regime (commercial property tax).

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Irish PM Says UK Brexit Deal Must Work For Ireland

22/8/2017

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has said that the UK's decision to leave the EU "poses major economic and political challenges" for Ireland.

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HMRC Reports On Litigation Results Last Tax Year

22/8/2017

HM Revenue and Customs, the UK tax authority, has published information on the outcome of litigation concluded in the 2016-17 tax year against tax avoidance arrangements.

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Croatia, New Zealand Eye Double Tax Avoidance Deal

22/8/2017

Croatia and New Zealand have agreed that they should negotiate an agreement on the avoidance of double taxation.

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Australian Bankers Threaten Court Case Over SA Tax

22/8/2017

The Australian Bankers' Association has said that it will mount a High Court challenge to the South Australian Government's proposed bank levy, should the measure pass through parliament.

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Vietnam Proposes Wide-Ranging Tax Reforms

22/8/2017

Vietnam's Ministry of Finance has proposed a number of changes to the country's tax regime, including a hike in value-added tax, a new tax on sugary drinks, higher duties on tobacco products, a reduced corporate income tax rate, and revised personal income tax rates.

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UK Private Hospitals 'Benefit From Tax Windfall'

22/8/2017

The UK Government is facing calls to address imbalances in the business rates system that mean National Health Service Trusts are taxed more than many private hospitals.

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