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The US Department of Commerce has announced its final decision to impose anti-dumping margins and anti-subsidy countervailing duties on Chinese imports of biaxial integral geogrid products, used as a foundation in the construction of roads and railways. Read Full Story
The European Commission has published a package of measures to ease the administrative burden on service providers, which includes plans for a new European Services e-card and a proportionality assessment of national regulations. Read Full Story
The US Internal Revenue Service, in its Notice 2017-04, has updated and clarified the guidance provided in its prior notices regarding the extension, at the end of last year, of the dates by which facilities must begin construction to claim the renewable electricity production tax credit and investment tax credit. Read Full Story
Industry Super Australia has said that almost one third of workers eligible for superannuation are missing out on some or all of their entitlements. Read Full Story
Italy's 2017 Budget, including its business tax cuts, received parliamentary approval on December 7, becoming the final act of Premier Matteo Renzi's Government before his resignation following the adverse referendum result. Read Full Story
A AUD5 (USD3.72) per tonne iron ore levy in Western Australia would have a limited impact on employment in the Pilbara mining region, according to research by The Australia Institute. Read Full Story
Chinese officials have discussed the progress made this year in replacing business tax with value-added tax and future measures to simplify the latter's ongoing implementation. Read Full Story
India's Central Board of Direct Taxes has entered into a further four unilateral advance pricing agreements. Read Full Story
The South African Revenue Service has published a revised tax guide that provides a general explanation of the application and interpretation of the provisions within the Government's urban development zone tax incentive regime. Read Full Story
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has suggested that corporate tax will be reduced in the coming years to improve the competitiveness of the Hungarian economy. Read Full Story
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