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Tax In Brief | Issue 34
Below, please find issue 34 of ENSafrica's tax in brief, a snapshot of the latest tax developments in South Africa.
South Africa
10 Sep 2019
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African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement Enters Into Force
The African Continental Free Trade Agreement ("AfCFTA") entered into force on 30 May 2019 following the approval by the minimum required 22 countries.
South Africa
28 Jun 2019
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Tax In Brief - May 2019
Below, please find issue 26 of ENSafrica's tax in brief, a snapshot of the latest tax developments in South Africa.
South Africa
20 May 2019
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Global Transfer Pricing Risk Management
It is important to identify individuals within a multinational group who understand transfer pricing and ensure that there is constant communication between these individuals.
South Africa
26 Sep 2016
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Trade Mark Registration Now Required To Export Certain Products To Egypt
Egypt's Ministry of Trade and Industry has issued Decree No. 43 of 2016, which amends the rules organising the registration of factories and companies that are eligible to export their products to Egypt.
Egypt
 
30 Jun 2016
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Chinese-African Cooperation: The Devil Is In The Detail
African companies are often very stringent when it comes to legal compliance (particularly in respect of joint ventures).
South Africa
11 May 2016
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Electronic Format For The Exchange Of CbC Reports Released
On 22 March 2016, the OECD released a standardised electronic format to facilitate the consistent and uniform preparation, filing and exchange of Country-by-Country reports.
South Africa
9 May 2016
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The Challenges Faced By Chinese And African Businesses Under The "One Belt, One Road" Framework
Since the new Chinese government came into power in 2013, it has proposed a host of new strategies to realise the "Chinese Dream".
China
4 Dec 2015
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Hold High The Banner Of Cooperation: A Development Path Suitable For BRICS
On the 8th and 9th of July 2015, leaders of the BRICS member states will meet in the Russian city of Ufa for the 7th BRICS Summit.
Worldwide
14 Jul 2015
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Zimbabwe – Newest Member Of The Madrid Protocol
Local trade mark applications in Zimbabwe can be fairly expensive.
Zimbabwe
19 Jan 2015
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Renminbi Internationalisation Is Stimulating The Development Dividend In Africa
China’s rise to become the world's second largest economy marks a real growth in strength of developing countries on the international political and economic stage.
South Africa
15 Oct 2014
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Renewed US Interest In Africa
The recent US-Africa Business Forum - an event that was attended by major US corporations including Ford, GE, Morgan Stanley and Coca Cola - has created a certain amount of optimism.
South Africa
10 Oct 2014
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Analysis Of The Economic Development Prospects Of BRICS Countries
The global financial crisis, which originated in the United States, had a major impact on the world economy and the economic recovery prospects of developed countries.
Worldwide
28 Jul 2014
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China-Africa Cooperation: Past, Present And Future
In 2014, China’s Premier Li Keqiang chose Africa as the destination for his very first foreign trip, marking a milestone in China-Africa cooperation.
South Africa
17 Jul 2014
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Is South Korea An Outlier For Trade In South Africa?
South Africa may be missing out on opportunities to attract well known and internationally reputable South Korean engineering and construction companies.
South Africa
18 Jun 2014
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Africa Business In Brief Issue: 57
Ghanaian president John Mahama has said the 15 members of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) urgently need to lower tariffs, promote free movement of goods and services, and deepen integration in order to promote growth.
South Africa
16 Apr 2014
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Tariff Applications On Fittings Of Iron, Steel Or Copper For Motor Vehicle, Building And Furniture Windows, Doors And Door Frames
On 8 November 2013 the International Trade Administration Commission published an investigation into the following amendments of the following tariff subheadings under tariff heading.
South Africa
2 Dec 2013
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South Africa's Domestic Law A Treaty Override?
Treaty shopping broadly entails interposing an intermediate company in an investment or transaction structure.
South Africa
14 Jun 2012
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Investing Into Africa Directly Or Via Mauritius - The Contestable Choice
With the growing economic interest in the undeveloped markets in Africa, many South African ("SA") companies are starting to expand their business operations into the "Dark Continent".
South Africa
22 Nov 2011
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