The World Bank has approved a EUR14m loan for Montenegro to fund tax administration reforms.
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LawAndIndia To Look For Tax Evaders On Social Media
The Indian tax authorities are expected to soon begin checking the social media profiles of the country’s taxpayers to ensure that their activities and assets match their declared taxable income.
LawAndIMF Discusses Pressure On Singapore’s Finances, Tax Regime
Singapore could use its significant fiscal reserves to keep its tax rates low while boosting spending, rather than looking to tax hikes, the International Monetary Fund has said.
LawAndFTAs Boosting Australian Wine Exports
The Australian Government has said that its free trade agreements are driving a „strong surge“ in wine industry exports.
LawAndECJ Adviser Rules Against French Citizen’s Exit Tax Challenge
An Advocate General to the European Court of Justice has opined that a French citizen cannot rely on the agreement between France and Switzerland on freedom of movement to avoid France’s exit tax.
LawAndCreating US Territorial Tax System Complex, Tax Foundation Says
With a move to a territorial tax system a key Republican proposal for tax reform, the Tax Foundation has warned that lawmakers need to carefully consider how such a system would work for the United States.
LawAndCanada Preparing For NAFTA Talks
The Canadian Government has announced the creation of a new NAFTA Council, which will support it in preparing for, and during, the renegotiation of the North America Free Trade Agreement.
LawAndCanada Announces CETA Tariff Quotas For EU Cheese
The Canadian Government has announced the allocation of the new tariff rate quotas for imports of cheese from the EU under the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement.
LawAndLatvian Parliament Adopts Tax Reform
Latvia’s parliament, the Saeima, has approved tax reform legislation under which corporate income will not be taxed until profits are distributed.
LawAndArgentina Urged To Undertake Indirect Tax Shift
Argentina should introduce wide-ranging tax reforms, including reducing its corporate taxes and broadening the value-added tax base, the OECD has said.