- 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.
- European Tax Awards 2014The winners of the European Tax Awards 2014 were announced at a dinner in London on May 21.
- 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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- UPDATE: UK’s main opposition party outlines tax plansLabour, the opposition political party in the UK, will raise corporation tax if it comes to power after the next election. And Shabana Mahmood, shadow exchequer secretary to the Treasury says her party would also focus on improving tax transparency.
- US concern over Swedish interest deductibility reform proposalA Swedish committee on corporate taxation has recommended changes to the rules governing interest deductibility. Hundreds of US businesses are not happy with the proposed reforms.
- Pro-business Jaitley makes right noises in Indian Budget, but concrete action lackingDelivering his first Budget speech today, Arun Jaitley, India’s new finance minister, pledged to maintain a stable tax environment, but disappointed multinational taxpayers by not removing rules on retrospective tax. Indeed, while the majority of the finance minister’s proposals sound business-friendly enough, taxpayers would have liked more concrete detail.