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This 31st issue of BDO’s Transfer Pricing Newsletter focuses on recent developments in the field of transfer pricing on an international level and in Brazil, Ireland, Morocco, Panama, Saudi Arabia, and United Kingdom.
SWITZERLAND - Swiss Wage Protection - Results of the 2018 control activity \ CHINA - Notice on individual income tax preferences for Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area \ DENMARK - New double tax treaty between Denmark and France
CYPRUS - Changes to citizenship-by-investment scheme \ CANADA - Taxation of non-resident entertainers and athletes in Canada \ THE NETHERLANDS - Compensation transition fee after two years of illness
BAHRAIN: Second phase of VAT implementation to kick in \ SAUDI ARABIA - Revised rules for Directors’ Fees \ SPAIN - New criteria for applying the VAT exemption to Composite Financial Services2020
HONG KONG: New tax-deductible contributions to enhance long-term retirement and healthcare benefits \ SINGAPORE: Individual tax changes announced in Budget 2019 \ SWEDEN: Amended tax agreement with Portugal
This newsletter summarises recent tax developments of international interest across the world. In this issue, read about an update on Canada 2019 Tax Budget, Japan’s revision of Japanese earnings stripping rules, the UK profit fragmentation, and other tax news from around the world.
SWEDEN - Measures to mitigate the social consequences of a no-deal Brexit \ THE NETHERLANDS - Non-resident tax payers in the Netherlands / changes in the tax credits starting 2019 \ UNITED KINGDOM - Welsh rates of income tax
BELGIUM - New reporting and withholding tax obligations for benefits granted by foreign companies \ DENMARK - Amendments to the Danish tax scheme for inbound expatriates \ INDIA - Interim Budget 2019 - An update on personal tax implications \ SWITZERLAND - Brexit - Safeguarding residence rights...
This 30th issue of BDO’s Transfer Pricing Newsletter focuses on recent developments in the field of transfer pricing on an international level and in Azerbaijan, Botswana, Hungary, Israel, and Thailand.