In a Bloomberg piece salivating at the thought of U.S. companies getting their paws on Mexican oil (can’t tell what side I’m on, huh?) on the”reform” bill worked out by PAN and PRI (which used to be a nationalist party, but then again the U.S. 282 more words
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A quick follow up to my post yesterday (very quick, because today’s “autumn statement” was another Budget), in which I referenced both KPMG’s UK “tax competitiveness” survey and a Tax Justice Network’s paper challenging the argument that reducing corporate taxes produces economic growth. 383 more words
This presentation, produced before today’s autumn statement, provides a useful overview (for tax professionals and anyone else interested in international tax issues) of what’s happening in the world of tax treaties. 42 more words
Creating guanxi – relationships or connections – used to be a reliable way for multinational firms to break into the China market.
Several big names, including two of the world’s largest financial institutions – JPMorgan and Zurich Insurance – and GlaxoSmithKline, one of the largest drugmakers on the planet, have been caught in the media spotlight this year and a subsequent public outcry about their business methods in the country. 179 more words