- Establishing a business in the Qatar Financial CentreIan Anderson, Chief Finance Officer and Director of Tax, Qatar Financial Centre Authority, presents a hypothetical case study of the tax considerations for a company wishing to set up in Qatar through the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) to do business in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and wider Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
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- BEPS and the digital economy: Why is it so taxing to tax?Devising appropriate rules for the taxation of the digital economy is one of the most awkward challenges governments have set for themselves in the BEPS project, especially when defining the digital economy is an issue in itself. Aaran Fronda looks at the possible outcomes of the discussion.
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- APM Terminals global tax head: The importance of continuous dialogue with your CFOIn the first part of International Tax Review's exclusive interview, Steven Ouwerkerk, global head of tax & treasury at APM Terminals, based in The Hague, Netherlands, talks about the need for in-house tax teams to maintain consistent engagement with the boardroom and CFO, and reveals what it is that keeps him up at night.
- Irish-German relationships – tension over tax?A recent report criticising Ireland’s economic growth plan – initially labelled as coming from the German Bundestag Finance Committee – has caused controversy and tension in Irish-German relations, but an analysis of the facts shows the report does not wholly represent German attitudes towards Ireland.
- US lawmakers call for greater economic patriotism as inversions continueThe Senate Finance Committee this week held a hearing on proposals to reform the taxation of multinational enterprises, and given the recent trend of US companies inverting abroad, the hearing unsurprisingly focused on dealing with inversions.