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    • Pieter de Ridder joins Mayer Brown JSM in Singapore
    • Areas of TP scrutiny in a pre- and post-BEPS world
      Larissa Neumann, partner at Fenwick & West, assesses the transfer pricing landscape in the US, looking at authority attitudes and areas of focus based on recent dispute cases, and points to the need for consensus on the transfer pricing aspects of the OECD’s project to tackle base erosion and profit shifting.
    • The Brockman brief: Interest: Double taxation equality is fading
      In the first of his regular monthly updates, Keith Brockman, global tax director at Mars, lecturer and author of the Strategizing Multinational Tax Risks blog, looks at why countries are enacting unilateral legislation to limit interest deductibility, the shift in focus from eliminating double taxation to eliminating non-taxation, and why, as a result, double taxation […]
    • Canada tax law
      Taxman LetterBomb taxes taxman "tax problem" "CRA problem" DioGuardi "DioGuardi tax" "tax law" "canada tax law" "canada tax problem" "tax amnesty" "canada tax amnesty" …
    • Legal tax shelters
      How John LaBruzzo Wants To End Welfare Abuse How can we get more people who rely on government to have fewer children who rely on government? This was the question John …
    • Bart le Blanc joins Norton Rose Fulbright
      Norton Rose Fulbright has hired Bart le Blanc from Loyens & Loeff to work in its Amsterdam office as a tax partner.
    • India Budget 2015-16: Arun Jaitley sends strong signal to investors
      Arun Jaitley delivered India’s Union Budget 2015-16 today, sticking to the government’s script of encouraging increased investment from the business community. While the overall reaction has been positive, silence on the future of certain aspects of the minimum alternate tax (MAT) is one drawback for taxpayers.
    • Battle of the Budgets: Tax incentives feature in Hong Kong & Singapore plans for 2015/16
      The two highly competitive Asian financial hubs have announced their Budget plans for the 2015-16 fiscal year. Though frequently compared based on their size and attractiveness to global businesses, Hong Kong and Singapore’s respective Budgets conveyed disparate views on how best to attract foreign investment and stoke home-grown innovation through tax incentives.

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