International Tax Insight May 2014 Edition

9 May 2014

Welcome to the latest edition of Baker Tilly International’s premier tax publication. In an increasingly globalised world, the following content aims to cover key tax topics which should be of interest to businesses operating internationally.

This edition covers:

  • Brazil cuts tax rate on imported capital goods
  • China contributes to UN transfer pricing debate
  • India signs new transfer pricing advance pricing agreements
  • Indonesia may relax mineral export tax terms
  • Tax officials talk BEPS
  • OECD quizzed on transfer pricing during BEPS webcast
  • OECD releases paper on taxation of the digital economy
  • Feedback on BEPS treaty abuse draft published
  • BEPS forum to discuss transfer pricing documentation
  • Double Irish tax planning under OECD’s scanner
  • UN urged to follow OECD guidelines more closely
  • OECD releases draft on hybrid mismatch arrangements
  • OECD digital economy review may hit Ireland hardest
  • Poland ECJ sides with investment fund in Polish dividends case
  • South Korea looks to FTAs to support SMEs
  • Switzerland consults on revised rules for expats
  • UK announces BEPS action plan
  • US prepares to enforce 45 FATCA pacts.

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Download the May 2014 edition of International Tax Insight. (PDF 238kb)

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