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The Swiss Federal Council has announced that an information exchange amendment to the double tax agreement with Belgium has entered into force. Read Full Story
Latvia's parliament, the Saeima, has approved tax reform legislation under which corporate income will not be taxed until profits are distributed. Read Full Story
As part of the Irish Budgetary process, officials from the Finance Department have published a paper on the implications of Brexit for Ireland's tax system. Read Full Story
The International Monetary Fund has said that Armenia's tax code and redoubled efforts to tackle fiscal crime will boost the nation's finances considerably. Read Full Story
Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau has announced that he intends to crack down on tax planning strategies that involve private corporations. Read Full Story
In the latest salvo between Indian authorities and the Cairn Energy Group in the dispute concerning the controversial 2012 retrospective amendment to Indian tax law, Cairn has disclosed that the Indian Government has laid claim to a USD53m dividend payment that it considers the group is owed from its India-based subsidiary, Cairn India Limited. Read Full Story
The Australian Bankers' Association has published a new report which it says shows that banks are among the highest corporate taxpayers in the country. Read Full Story
In a bid to improve the functioning of the tax regime for individuals, Brazil is considering lowering the rate on top earners and introducing tax on dividend payments to shareholders. Read Full Story
The Irish Revenue has published a new e-brief that explains the tax treatment of certain foreign dividends paid out of trading profits, which may be chargeable to corporation tax at the standard rate of 12.5 percent. Read Full Story
The Government of Mauritius has announced a series of tax incentives including a three percent concessionary tax rate for export-focused firms as part of a Budget, which seeks to improve the jurisdictions standing as a business hub. Read Full Story
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