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Non-Dom Related Provisions In Finance Bill Omitted From The Final Legislation
The UK Finance Bill 2017 passed through the House of Commons on Tuesday 25 April 2017 with a large number of its original provisions missing.
UK
2 May 2017
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Le Budget 2017 : Pas De Grands Changements Dans Un Budget Attentiste
Malgré le déficit qui ne cesse d'augmenter, le budget 2017 ne contient aucune augmentation de taxe générale ou autres mesures qui pourraient changer la donne, lesquelles mesures...
Canada
23 Mar 2017
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Budget 2017: No Game-Changers In Holding-Pattern Budget
Despite rising deficits, Budget 2017 does not propose any general tax increases or other game-changing measures that were the subject of much speculation in recent weeks.
Canada
23 Mar 2017
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Autumn Statement Predictions 2016
On Wednesday 23 November at 12:30, UK Chancellor Phillip Hammond will deliver his first Autumn Statement.
Canada
21 Nov 2016
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Canadian Government Announces Developments To Facilitate Foreign Investment In Canada
By way of update to our August 2016 MarketCaps, on November 1, 2016, the Canadian government announced two important developments related to the Investment Canada Act in its Fall Economic Statement.
Canada
10 Nov 2016
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Mandate Letters To Canadian Government Cabinet Ministers
In keeping with his promise of openness and transparency, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau publicly released the mandate letters to each of his cabinet ministers, outlining the Canadian government's policy objectives and priorities.
Canada
24 Nov 2015
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Ontario Budget 2015: Building Up LDCs
Until the late 1990s, local electricity distribution was structured as a department within a municipality rather than a stand-alone entity.
Canada
28 Apr 2015
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Canada’s Federal Budget 2015: Employment And Labour Issues
More funding for worker training, expanded occupational safety enforcement and extended leave provisions are among the changes proposed in the 2015 Federal Budget.
Canada
28 Apr 2015
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Le budget de 2014 – objectif : intégrité
Le ministre des Finances Jim Flaherty s’enorgueillit du nombre de mesures d’intégrité qu’il a introduites depuis 2006.
Canada
12 Feb 2014
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Budget 2014: Fiscal Integrity As A Work In Progress
Minister of Finance Flaherty takes pride in the integrity measures he has introduced since 2006. Last year, Budget 2013 touted over 75 measures aimed at improving integrity and closing tax loopholes
Canada
12 Feb 2014
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Japan’s Immediate And Longer Term Outlook
The start of 2014 provides a good point for looking ahead at the immediate and longer-term challenges facing Japan under the government of Shinzo Abe.
Canada
10 Jan 2014
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The St. Petersburg G20: The Attention To Syria Overshadows A Modestly Successful Summit
The St. Petersburg Summit, September 5 and 6, came up with some good results in a number of areas on its economic agenda.
Canada
18 Sep 2013
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Outlook For The G20 St. Petersburg Summit, September 5 And 6, 2013
The St Petersburg G20 Summit on September 5 and 6 will be shaped by three factors in descending order of impact — the immediate context, the priorities set by the host, and follow up to previous summit decisions.
Canada
6 Sep 2013
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The Consistent Attractiveness Of Russia: Notes From The American Chamber Of Commerce Annual Investment Conference 2013 In Moscow
Forever burdened with the journalists’ penchant to pick on Russia but embrace the other BRICS, Russians do what they always have done: persevere.
Canada
17 Jun 2013
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Canada's New Tax Treaty With Hong Kong: 10 Key Aspects
On Nov. 11, 2012, after relatively swift negotiations, the Government of Canada signed a tax treaty with the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China and it will provide tax relief for residents of both jurisdictions and, more importantly, could encourage inbound investments to Canada from Hong Kong.
Canada
24 Jan 2013
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Royalty Increases For Quebec’s Mining Industry Are On Hold… At Least For The Moment
Québec’s Finance Minister, Nicolas Marceau, unveiled the province’s strategy to correct its budget deficit in 2013-2014 by implementing spending restraints and imposing higher taxes for the wealthy while sparing mining companies from the anticipated increase in mining royalties…. for the time being.
Canada
30 Nov 2012
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