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The UAE and Burundi have signed two agreements to avoid double taxation and promote investments between the countries. Read Full Story
Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan has confirmed that 13 voluntary disclosures relating to offshore matters have been made since the Budget announcement that the regime would change from May 2017. Read Full Story
Arlene Foster, Northern Ireland's First Minister, has said her Democratic Unionist Party – the territory's largest political party – would support a cut in the corporate income tax rate to 10 percent if her government is reelected. Read Full Story
Saudi Arabia's Cabinet has approved the introduction of the "selective tax" that is being rolled out across the Gulf Cooperation Council member countries. Read Full Story
British Columbia is to phase out the provincial sales tax on electricity and reduce the small business tax rate. Read Full Story
Scottish lawmakers have approved plans for the structure of the nation's new individual income tax regime, following the tax devolution agreement with the UK. Read Full Story
Singapore's Finance Minister, Heng Swee Keat, has presented the country's latest budget, which includes proposals for a new safe harbor rule and a preferential intellectual property tax regime. Read Full Story
Philippine Department of Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III has approved a new revenue regulation, which would make banks, and not taxpayers, liable for late- or non-payment of taxes for electronic payments. Read Full Story
The Netherlands has signed a protocol to its double tax avoidance treaty with Uzbekistan, designed to prevent the treaty from being inappropriately used to avoid taxes. Read Full Story
Qatar is planning to introduce a sin tax on luxury items and products that are "harmful to human health and the environment," in line with the unified agreement among Gulf Cooperation Council member states. Read Full Story
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