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By Alexander Hartley
Austria has proposed a new digital services tax (DST), motivated by a desire to level the playing field for domestic media companies, which it says it would not repeal even if the OECD reaches consensus on digital tax measures.
By Anjana Haines
Singapore has been agile in refining its support for companies investing in the acquisition, development, enhancement and exploitation of intellectual property rights, which is the key to innovation in the digitalized economy of the future.
By Alex M. Parker
A deal among countries at the OECD on international tax avoidance will likely be a “looser” plan leaving many of the details for individual countries to implement, an official with the U.S. Department of the Treasury said Tuesday.
By The Associated Press
The European Union has drawn up a list of $20 billion worth of U.S. products it could tax in an escalating feud over plane industry subsidies, the EU's executive commission said Wednesday.
France will push for the European Union to adopt a regulatory framework on cryptocurrencies similar to the one it brought in last week at a national level, becoming the first major country to do so, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Monday.
By ReutersTo read more go here
The IRS’s Large Business and International Division has announced three new compliance campaigns that focus on transfer pricing for captive service providers and tax and information reporting requirements concerning offshore activities.
By Ryan Finley and Amanda Athanasiou
Bright-line rules from the IRS regarding transportation services and sales under the proposed regs on foreign-derived intangible income are indicative of an agency concerned with administrability.
By Andrew Velarde
Ten EU member states negotiating a financial transactions tax are said to be close to a legal text, but political issues remain.
By Elodie Lamer
India’s Defense Ministry denied a press report that the French government waived €143.7 million in taxes owed by Reliance Communications Ltd. because the Indian government agreed to buy 36 jets from France’s biggest defense manufacturer.
By William Hoke
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