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Summary Of Budget Highlights
The Autumn Budget contained a number of well trailed measures together with some surprises. These are the main developments we have highlighted in our Tax Blog with links to the individual blog posts.
UK
23 Nov 2017
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China Tax Regulation Update - October 2012
A number of tax regulations in China have recently been updated.
China
8 Nov 2012
3
China Tax Regulation Update - August 2012
A number of tax regulations in China have recently been updated.
China
4 Sep 2012
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New Insurance Tax
An insurance tax bill has been adopted by Parliament and will come into force from 1 January 2013, subject to it being signed by the Hungarian president.
UK
16 Jul 2012
5
China Tax Regulation Update - June 2012
Since the last update, a number of tax regulations in China have been updated due to changes in government policy.
China
11 Jul 2012
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Implementing Directive 2011/16/EU On Administrative Cooperation In Taxation
On 7 June 2012, the Ministry of Finance published a draft for amendment of the Tax and Social Insurance Procedure Code.
Bulgaria
19 Jun 2012
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Tax Incentives To Promote The IT Industry Introduced
On 24 May 2012 the Ukrainian MPs adopted the package of Laws of Ukraine aiming at encouraging the development and boosting the global competitiveness of Ukrainian IT industry ("the Laws").
Ukraine
19 Jun 2012
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China Tax Regulation Update - April 2012
A number of tax regulations in China have been updated due to changes in government policy.
China
10 May 2012
9
Energy Companies And The Patent Box
We have been working with Penelope Warne and our large energy team and are aware that many energy companies are looking at the new Patent Box regime as there are significant tax advantages which may be gained.
UK
23 Apr 2012
10
Update On India
The last week in India saw the new Union budget 2011-13 being presented in the parliament.
India
13 Apr 2012
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Budget 2012 - Employee Share Scheme Aspects
The Budget contained only good news for employee share schemes, although nothing of immediate value!
UK
23 Mar 2012
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China Moving Forward To Expand VAT Scope With Shanghai As Pilot Region
In China, there are two major kinds of turnover taxes, i.e. VAT and business tax ("BT").
China
19 Jan 2012
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Proposed Changes To The Regime Of Recovery Of Certain Public Claims Within The EU
On 31 October 2011 the Council of Ministers of Bulgaria approved the proposal by the Ministry of Finance to change three of the five material tax laws and the tax and social insurance procedure code.
European Union
9 Nov 2011
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Debt For Equity Swap - Update
What a difference a year makes. Last July, HMRC published their view that the preferential corporation tax treatment of a debt for equity swap could be denied where the creditor immediately sells on the acquired shares.
UK
17 Oct 2011
15
EU Financial Transaction Tax
At a press conference yesterday, the EU’s Tax Commissioner announced that the Commission is proposing to introduce an EU financial transaction tax.
European Union
6 Oct 2011
16
China Tax Regulation Update - September 2011
Since the last update, a number of tax regulations in China have been updated due to changes in government policy.
China
29 Sep 2011
17
The Tax Code Of Ukraine Has Recently Undergone Important Amendments
Despite only coming into force on 1 January 2011 the Tax Code of Ukraine (the "Code") has already been amended by the Ukrainian Parliament nine times (the corporate profit tax section of the Code became effective on 01 April 2011).
Ukraine
5 Sep 2011
18
China Tax Regulation Update - August 2011
Since the last update, quite a few tax regulations in China have been updated due to changes in government policy.
China
23 Aug 2011
19
Patent Box Update
The deadline for responding to the Government’s consultation on the new Patent Box regime expires on Friday 2nd September 2011.
UK
16 Aug 2011
20
Czech Republic: Merger No Longer Needs Tax Office Consent
A legal entity that is to be dissolved on merger does not need the consent of the tax administrator with whom it is registered when applying to be deleted from the Commercial Register.
UK
3 May 2011
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