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Germany has introduced a zero VAT rate for the first time. To meet its ambitious environmental protection goals (i.e., reduction of greenhouse gases) and to ensure a reliable, independent and sustainable energy supply, the supply and installation of smaller photovoltaic (PV) systems is zero-rated...
On 28 February 2023, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued its long-awaited decision in the Fenix International case, concluding that an online platform operator is liable for the VAT collected from customers.
The New Zealand government has introduced new tax exemptions for electric bikes and scooters for commuting to work and home as part of the country's wider goal to encourage the use of low-emission vehicles, reduce carbon emissions and combat climate change.
Nonresident owners of vacant or underused residential property in Canada should be aware of and understand a new tax - the underused housing tax (UHT) - as they may have upcoming compliance obligations.
A resolution published in Mexico’s official gazette on 17 February 2023 and that will apply as from 18 May introduces a prohibition on the import of goods made in whole or in part with forced, compulsory or child labour.
Canada’s 2023 federal budget presented on 29 March 2023 does not contain any significant new international tax measures or changes to corporate income tax rates, but there are draft legislative changes to the general anti-avoidance rule and various clean energy incentives
Belgium’s Finance Minister Vincent Van Peteghem recently launched the first phase of a tax reform plan.
In a recent Order On Joint Discovery Motion, U.S. Magistrate Judge Karen S. Crawford of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California highlighted a potential escape hatch that could excuse certain “United States persons” from filing Form 114, “Report of Foreign Bank and...
Individuals that depart Canada and become non-residents of Canada for tax purposes are subject to specific rules regarding their assets.