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AALA Cultural Diversity Analysis Launch

On 14 April 2015, the AALA launched its report, “The Australian Legal Profession: a Snapshot of Asian Australian Diversity in 2015″ at the Melbourne office of Baker & McKenzie. 300 more words

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Trade Legislation Update

Dear Friends,

I am writing to let you know that there is a good chance that Congress will take some sort of action on trade issues in the near future.  231 more words

Baker & McKenzie

The State of Trade

Dear Friends,

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner R. Gil Kerlikowske spoke at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce earlier this week and his remarks contained a number of interesting points, particularly with regard to increased trade enforcement. 428 more words

U.S. Customs And Border Protection (US CBP)

US Challenge to China Export Subsidy Program

Dear Friends,

We wanted to make sure you are aware of a recent development in the US-China trade relationship that could affect imports in a number of industries. 197 more words

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Customs Valuation and Transfer Pricing

Dear Friends,

We are writing to let you know that the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) recently released its 2015 Policy Statement on Transfer Pricing and Customs Valuation.  304 more words

Customs Valuation

Customs Implications of Year-End Transfer Price Adjustments

Dear Friends:

Just a quick reminder for those of you working at multinational companies which operate on a calendar year basis – do not forget to ask your tax colleagues whether any retroactive transfer pricing adjustments were made at, or before, year end. 145 more words

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19 Dec 2014 (AFR) - Cross-border IPOs back in vogue - Multi-market IPOs return to strength

(19 Dec 2014, AFR, p17, Joyce Moullakis)

‘Cross-border initial public offerings returned to pre-global financial crisis levels in 2014 as the amount raised surged to US$72.8 billion ($89 billion), including a contribution from four ­Australian-based companies, analysis by lawfirm Baker & McKenzie shows. 64 more words

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