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Nepal is drafting a new single tax code "to implement tax policy improvements and to consolidate and harmonize the main domestic taxes under one piece of legislation," according to the International Monetary Fund. Read Full Story
Slovakia should tackle value-added tax and corporate tax evasion, the International Monetary Fund has said. Read Full Story
The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has called on Parliament to pass the Government's company tax cuts in full, and not just the small business portion of the proposals. Read Full Story
Belize has rejected International Monetary Fund recommendations to raise taxes across the board in favor of more selective reforms that it says will be less punitive to the country's businesses and poorest citizens. Read Full Story
Singapore has eased stamp duty rates on properties sold soon after they are purchased. Read Full Story
24 million people would no longer have subsidized health insurance by 2020 if the American Health Care Act is enacted in its current form, according to a new report from the Congressional Budget Office. Read Full Story
The Hong Kong Government on March 10 published the Inland Revenue Amendment (No. 2) Bill 2017, which contains measures designed to boost the territory's attractiveness as a location for aircraft leasing. Read Full Story
The UK Budget, released on March 9, 2017, featured tax measures to, among other things, hike taxes on self-employed workers, further close avenues for legal avoidance, and defer mandatory digital tax reporting until April 2019. Read Full Story
The International Monetary Fund has urged Bangladesh to proceed on schedule with the introduction of the new value-added tax law from July 2017. Read Full Story
Several tax reform measures are included in a fiscal plan published recently by the Government of Puerto Rico intended to stabilize the territory's tax revenue and put an end to serial budget deficits. Read Full Story
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