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Destinazione Italia: new R&D tax credit
Italy is in the process of introducing a tax credit on research and development activities to encourage investment.
Italy
18 Jan 2014
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Australia
2 Jun 2012
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2012-13 Australian Budget - Taxation Focus
Very little has been achieved through the Budget regarding critical tax policy development and implementation.
Australia
12 May 2012
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NSW Broadens Stamp Duty Exemption for Corporate Reconstructions and Top-Hatting Transactions
This update provides a summary of the new corporate reconstructions and consolidations exemption from stamp duty in NSW.
Australia
21 Apr 2012
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Australian-based fund managers made more attractive for foreign funds
This update covers the release of exposure draft legislation in respect of the Investment Manager Regime and Fin 48 issue.
Australia
22 Aug 2011
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GST risk for infrastructure/PPP projects
In a recent Decision Impact Statement, the ATO has suggested that significant GST liabilities may arise for certain types of infrastructure/PPP projects.
Australia
29 Jun 2011
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Software Licence Agreement – Definition of royalties under the Australia/US tax treaty
The recent Federal Court decision in International Business Machines Corporation v FCT [2011] FCA 35 demonstrates a potential reversal of the ATO’s practice towards royalties in respect of payments made under software licensing and/or distribution agreements.
Australia
 
8 May 2011
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Australian Tax Update - Recent Reforms Proposed in Australia: Managed Investment Funds
In a speech given by the Assistant Treasurer, The Hon Bill Shorten MP, at an Australian Chamber of Commerce gathering in Hong Kong on 19 January 2011, he stated that Australia is in the process of creating ‘a level playing field’ in respect of financial services, particularly funds management.
Australia
1 Feb 2011
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Review of the Budget Announcements, the Henry Tax Review and the Cooper Review Pannel
The superannuation industry has weathered a storm of speculation, proposals, recommendations and announcements over recent weeks. In this Update, we review the state of play, taking into account the Budget announcements, the Government’s response to the Henry Tax Review, and the preliminary ecommendations made by the Cooper Review Panel.
Australia
13 May 2010
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The Australian Government Outlines Brave And Controversial Initiative To Introduce A Resource Super Profits Tax (RSPT)
The Australian Government announced the proposed introduction of the RSPT, a tax on the 'super profits' associated with the extraction of non-renewable resources.
Australia
12 May 2010
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Australian Tax Update: Parliament Passes Employee Share Scheme Laws
The legislation for implementing the new employee share scheme rules has just passed both the House of Representatives and the Senate, and only awaits Royal Assent. The legislation will apply to all shares or rights provided to employees, directors and certain contractors from 1 July 2009.
Australia
7 Dec 2009
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Trade & Transport Bulletin - Tax Issues For Cross Border Trade In Goods
Businesses selling goods either into or out of Australia need to consider the tax consequences of those arrangements, including goods and services tax (GST), income tax and withholding tax. The purpose of this article is to discuss some of the tax issues relevant to such businesses.
Australia
22 Sep 2008
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Limited Partnerships Bill
The much awaited Limited Partnerships Bill was released last month, along with a ‘Commentary on Parts 5 and 6 of the Bill associated tax changes’.
New Zealand
20 Sep 2007
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Limited Partnerships Bill Introduced
The Limited Partnerships Bill was recently introduced into Parliament and has now been referred to the Commerce Committee. Public submissions close on 5 October.
New Zealand
20 Sep 2007
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NZ Tax Bulletin
The New Zealand Government has released its much awaited discussion document entitled Business Tax Review. Readers of the discussion document may feel somewhat deflated – the hope was for a document containing proposals for reform that would be of benefit to businesses across the country, however, the reality is a document that contains very little in terms of details of proposed reforms and certainly contains nothing new.
New Zealand
7 Aug 2006
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