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Taxand is committed to providing regular feedback to public discussion reports via our Taxand Response Programme. Here you can access our latest OECD & EC responses designed to influence policy change to benefit multinationals.

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Canada

Canadian Federal Budget 2017

The Honourable William Morneau, Minister of Finance, tabled the Government's 2017 Federal Budget (Budget 2017) on 22 March 2017 (Budget Day). Taxand Canada provides an analysis.  Compared to last year's budget, which included major increases to programme spending and tax expen

22 Mar 2017
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UK

Spring Budget 2017

Taxand UK analyses the Spring Budget 2017. As expected, the Chancellor lived up to his reputation as a cautious operator and made very few significant tax announcements in his final Spring Budget.

9 Mar 2017
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Germany

Place of supply for call-off stock transactions in Germany

In light of the VAT registration liability for suppliers that are resident in other EU-Member States or third countries and transport goods to Germany, a recent ruling by the German Federal Court of Finance (Bundesfinanzhof) bears good news (Federal Court of Finance of October 20, 2015, V R&nbs

7 Mar 2017
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UK

Introduction of new anti-hybrid rules

Taxand UK provides a high level overview of the new rules which will apply to in-scope entities for payments/deemed payments made on or after 1 January 2017. The UK has introduced new anti-hybrid rules that are effective from 1 January 2017.

2 Mar 2017
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Cyprus

Startup visa for third country nationals

On 15 February 2017, Cyprus adopted the Startup Visa (Startup Permit Scheme) for third country nationals interested in residing and investing in innovative businesses in Cyprus. Taxand Cyprus discusses the startup visa for third country nationals.

23 Feb 2017
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South Africa

2017 budget speech summary

Taxand South Africa provides a summary of the 2017 South African budget speech.  The South African Minister of Finance indicated that South Africa needs to raise an additional R28-billion in tax revenues.

23 Feb 2017

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