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Hong Kong Issues DIPN No. 58 On Transfer Pricing Documentation Requirements
The Inland Revenue Department ("IRD") issued Departmental Interpretation and Practice Notes No. 58 ("DIPN 58") on July 19, 2019 explaining the transfer pricing documentation requirements in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong
11 Oct 2019
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OECD Work Program To Address The Digitalized Economy
On May 31, 2019, as one of the main areas of focus of the ongoing work on the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting ("BEPS") project, Members of the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on BEPS ("Framework")
Canada
16 Aug 2019
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Doing Business In Canada - Key Canadian Tax Considerations
Foreign enterprises have long been attracted to investment opportunities in Canada. Canada has led the G7 in growth in total inbound investment over the past 15 years and Forbes...
Canada
20 Feb 2017
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Budget 2016: Significant International Tax Proposals Unveiled
Over the past several years, Canada, along with many of its G20 counterparts, has been a committed proponent of the "Base Erosion and Profit Shifting" or "BEPS" initiative of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (the "OECD").
Canada
31 Mar 2016
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Tax Court Gives Guidance On Contemporaneous Documentation Requirement For Transfer Pricing
Under section 247 of the ITA, the CRA can adjust the terms and conditions of cross-border transactions between a Canadian taxpayer and a non-arm's length party.
Canada
28 Jul 2014
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Budget 2012: Transfer Pricing Amendments Proposed
The Income Tax Act (Canada) (the "Tax Act") contains an extensive set of transfer pricing rules designed to ensure that cross-border transactions entered into between Canadian taxpayers and non-residents with which they do not deal at arm's length are priced on an "arm's length" basis.
Canada
16 Apr 2012
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Trouble is Brewing: Beer Industry Faces Numerous Challenges
Recent press reports suggest that the Canadian beer industry is in trouble. A shrinking consumer base depressed prices, smoking by-laws and industry consolidation are just some of the long-term threats faced by brewers. Short-term factors such as the NHL lockout and unseasonably cold temperatures have also contributed to disappointing recent quarterly results.
Canada
8 Nov 2005
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