The United States has so far put in place 11 bilateral competent authority arrangements for the automatic exchange of country-by-country reports, the OECD reported a June 22 release. The US now has . . .
New Zealand’s Inland Revenue on April 11 issued a special report providing guidance on new withholding tax rules for interest paid to related-party foreign lenders. Changes to these rules were made in the . . .
Switzerland has signed joint declarations on the introduction of automatic exchange of information in tax matters with Israel, New Zealand, and San Marino, writes Davide Anghileri, a researcher at the University of Lausanne . . .
The Swiss government has today announced a consultation on commencing automatic exchange of information in tax matters with 22 countries, writes Davide Anghileri, a lecturer at the University of Lausanne . . .
Officials from six countries today signed a multilateral agreement that sets out the parameters for the automatic exchange of country-by-country reports on large multinational corporations. China, India, Canada, Iceland, Israel, and New Zealand joined 33 other countries that have . . .
India, Australia, Canada, on June 3 signed the OECD common reporting standard multilateral competent authority agreement, paving the way for automatic exchange of information by the countries’ tax administration, according to press releases issued by the countries’s governments. Costa Rica, Indonesia, and New Zealand . . .
New Zealand’s government on August 18 released a discussion paper requesting feedback on a plan to extend the goods and services tax (GST) to cross-border services and intangibles supplied to its residents, such as e-books, music, videos, and software purchased. . .
Tax officials from 21 Asia Pacific countries and organizations attended an OECD regional network meeting on base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) designed to give more nations a voice in the development of OECD/G20 base erosion profiting shifting (BEPS) plan output. The meeting, held February 12–13 in Seoul, also . . .