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Colombia, Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, and Mexico are among the Latin American countries with greater difficulty for corporate compliance

19 June, 2017
By: Espinosa & Asociados   Colombia heads the unfortunate list, being the second country in the American continent and the sixth worldwide in the ranking of countries with high level of complexity for compliance with tax and accounting standards, an...

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Costa Rica: The deadline for submitting the Transfer Pricing Statement was deferred

18 June, 2017
By: Ara-Law Abogados   On Monday, June 5th, 2017, Resolution No. DGT R 28 2017 was published in the Official Newspaper Number 124 “The Gazette”, and establishes the submitting of the Transfer Pricing statement was deferred. The companies that has a...

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Apostille Convention is Helping Investors Using Foreign Documents in Brazil

6 June, 2017
Doing business in Brazil is getting easier for foreigners. While investors still face heaping amounts of red tape and bureaucracy, one change made by the Brazilian government last year is having a profound impact – the Apostille.

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Italian law aims to encourage foreign internet companies to pay more tax

6 June, 2017
Italian legislation proposed May 22 would increase tax collection from foreign multinationals that have online activities in Italy. Under to the new proposal, multinationals with total annual revenues of more than 1 billion euros that have sales in...

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New international treaties to avoid Double Taxation in Chile that come into effect in 2017

2 May, 2017
Starting this year, six new double tax treaties signed by Chile have entered into force and are in full application with the following countries: Argentina, the People’s Republic of China, Italy, Japan, the Czech Republic and South Africa.

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