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Business leaders in the Asia-Pacific region are placing greater importance on tax certainty, according to an annual survey by Deloitte. Read Full Story
President-elect Donald Trump has confirmed that, during his first day in office, he will withdraw the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade treaty. Read Full Story
Given the increased probability that the Trans-Pacific Partnership will not be ratified by the United States, China is pushing its own longer term objective of a Free Trade Area of the Asia Pacific and the more-immediate Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership. Read Full Story
The passage of India's long-awaited goods and services tax should boost the efficiency of the tax regime and the nation's growth prospects, says ratings agency Standard and Poor's. Read Full Story
On March 20, the Asia Society Policy Institute launched a policy commission that will examine the current trade architecture in the Asia-Pacific and provide recommendations on the most effective, practical, and inclusive pathways towards the proposed Free Trade Area of the Asia Pacific. Read Full Story
The Dubai Airport Freezone in the United Arab Emirates said it witnessed a 23 percent increase in the number of Indian companies operating in the zone during 2015. Read Full Story
Professional services firm PwC has said the Hong Kong Government's commitment to turn Hong Kong into an Asian aviation leasing hub will require a more competitive tax regime. Read Full Story
India will require 1,740 new airplanes, valued at USD240bn, over the next 20 years, according to the latest forecasts from Boeing. Read Full Story
A new study by Policy Support Unit of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation group of countries has concluded that free trade agreements give rise to a significant boost to a country's exports in the first years after their introduction. Read Full Story
The Jebel Ali Free Zone in the United Arab Emirates announced on May 3, 2015, that it registered 679 new companies in 2014, an increase of 17 percent against 2013 activity. Read Full Story
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