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By Andrew Steck
Green bonds have matured, the asset class has outgrown the infancy phase and it's here to stay.
By Stephanie Williams
The common legal framework for the introduction of a VAT system in GCC countries is now set.
By Lyndsey Wheeler
The Corporation Tax was in effect in Costa Rica from 2012 to 2015, when it was found to be unconstitutional. Recently, after clearing the constitutional court, this tax came into effect again through Law #9428.
By Fernanda Pintos
Uruguayan Law 19484 requires resident (and some non-resident) entities to identify and inform their ultimate beneficiaries and holders of equity and nominative shares.
By Leila Szwarc
More than 100 countries have committed with the Common Reporting Standard, making automatic exchange of information between countries a reality and giving a huge boost to transparent business...
By Andrew Steck
The American Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) programme allows property owners to finance environmentally-friendly upgrades to their property. The programme has proved so popular...
By Vanessa Mello
It may not seem like it, but one of the most complex tasks assigned to the legal departments of large companies is the management of lawsuits, and not the lawsuits themselves.
By Catherine Caradus
The property market in Australia has been extremely hot for a very long time, but that doesn't mean a cool change is on the way.
By Ying Chen
Canada's 2017-2018 budget now includes insurance premiums in the Provincial Sales Tax (PST) regime. The PST tax rate is now 6% but will only be applicable on insurance premiums from 1 August 2017.
By Paul Adamiak
In light of many recent big ticket transactions, there was an interesting debate at the 2nd annual Infrastructure Investor Australia Summit as to whether the level of local investment opportunities was sustainable.
By Shagun Kumar
The Goods and Services Tax (GST) – the biggest tax reform in independent India - was announced and came into effect on 1 July 2017.
By Samily Kwok
China is ranked 7th in the world - the second most complex jurisdiction in Asia. Hong Kong remains the easiest place in Asia for accounting and tax.
By Steffen Ruigrok
The AML4 reinforces the risk assessment obligation for banks, lawyers, and accountants as well as the sanctioning powers of competent authorities.
By Esteban Hilgert
El Decreto Legislativo N° 1258 del 8 de diciembre de 2016 introdujo modificaciones en Ley del Impuesto a la Renta de Perú, específicamente el Impuesto a la Renta de Personas Naturales domiciliadas.
By Carlie Bonavia
Italy is the most complex jurisdiction in Europe and comes in first place globally for 'tax' complexity, while Greece is most complex in the world for 'compliance.'
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