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Hong Kong signed treaties with six countries on March 16 for the automatic exchange of financial account information (AEOI) in tax. . .
Taiwan's taxation office announced Monday that foreign enterprises and other entities from specified countries that have no fixed place of business in Taiwan but engage in. . .
Dublin-based tax specialist, JP Canavan, discusses a March 8 ruling of the Court of Justice of the European Union which concludes that dividends paid by a Belgian subsidiary to its parents, both Dutch UCITS, do not qualify for an exemption from Belgian withholding tax under the EU Parent-Subsidiary Directive . . .
The Netherlands' Director of General Tax Administration, Dr. JAJ (Hans) Leijtens, has resigned his post, the Netherlands government . . .
See: The Guardian.
The US intends to release tax guidance on country-by-country reporting for MNEs that addresses reporting for LLCs in US groups and for tiered partnerships, officials said at a December 15-16 tax conference. Officials also discussed just-released final regs on outbound transfers of goodwill, US tax treaty negotiations, and the pending EU State aid. . .
EU finance ministers, during an ECOFIN meeting of the Council of the EU held December 6, were unable to reach agreement on new hybrid mismatch rules designed to prevent multinationals from avoiding tax by exploiting differences between the tax systems of EU and non-EU countries. The ministers disagreed with a Dutch proposal to extend the effective date of the rules and a UK proposal. . .
See: Thomson Reuters.
The OECD has today asked international business to report grievances about the mutual agreement procedure (MAP) for resolving cross-border tax disputes in the US, UK, Belgium, Canada, Netherlands, and Switzerland. The OECD seeks responses to a . . .
Wiebe Dijkstra and Peter Spijker of De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, Amsterdam, discuss tax changes in the Netherlands government's 2017 Budget that affect multinational businesses, international investors, and investment funds . . .
Wiebe Dijkstra, Frank Pötgens, and Klaas Versteeg, of De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, Amsterdam, analyze two mutual agreements recently concluded between the Netherlands and Switzerland concerning the taxation of collective investment vehicles, arguing that one of the agreements inappropriately prevents taxpayers from accessing the benefits of the Dutch-Swiss tax treaty . . .
International tax experts, Wiebe Dijkstra and Klaas Versteeg of De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, Amsterdam, analyze a proposed Netherlands tax law that would tighten rules designed to prevent excessive leveraging of acquisitions of Dutch companies by private equity investors . . .
See: NL Times
Wiebe Dijkstra and Klaas Versteeg of De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, Amsterdam, discuss a new proposal to revise the Dutch innovation box regime, which provides a reduced tax rate for profits derived from intangibles . . .