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The Law Society of Ireland has published 22 recommendations for changes to the Irish taxation and probate systems, to boost the country's attractiveness for entrepreneurs and the creative industries. Read Full Story
Saudi Arabia's tax authority has launched a public consultation on the draft law governing value-added tax, which is being introduced in Saudi Arabia and in the other Gulf Cooperation Council countries from January 1, 2018. Read Full Story
The Filipino Government is optimistic that it can overhaul the Philippines' tax regime by 2018 through a two-step approach. Read Full Story
Singapore's Finance Minister, Heng Swee Keat, has presented the country's latest budget, which includes proposals for a new safe harbor rule and a preferential intellectual property tax regime. Read Full Story
On February 1, 2017, India's Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley, presented the country's Budget 2017-18, which contains several proposals aimed at simplifying and rationalizing the country's direct tax regime. Read Full Story
The Stamp Duty (Amendment) Bill 2017, which implements a further stamp duty increase to cool Hong Kong's housing market, was gazetted on January 27, and will be introduced into the Legislative Council on February 8. Read Full Story
Hong Kong's Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau has launched public consultations on legislative proposals to increase the transparency of corporate beneficial ownership in the city, and to enhance its regulatory regime for combating money laundering and terrorist financing. Read Full Story
Hong Kong's Financial Services Development Council has issued a paper setting out key recommendations for the Government to consider in the area of international tax law. Read Full Story
On December 28, Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen signed into law the amendment to the Value-Added and Non-Value-Added Business Tax Act to impose tax on foreign online sellers' supplies to Taiwanese consumers. Read Full Story
The International Chamber of Commerce has welcomed the French Constitutional Court's ruling that struck down as unconstitutional a French law requiring public disclosure of country-by-country reports. Read Full Story
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