Los impuestos en el mundo. Actualización al 24-Feb-2014
Compilación de noticias fiscales de otros países.
China Opposes US Solar Reinvestigation
On February 14, the United States International Trade Commission determined
that there is a reasonable indication that the American solar sector is being
materially injured by reason of imports of solar products from China and Taiwan
that, it is alleged, are being sold through a loophole in the antidumping and countervailing duties imposed in December 2012.
Germany, EU Redesigning Energy Tax Rebate
A quick resolution is expected in talks between Germany and the European Union
concerning Germany's renewable energy tax rebate on offer to energy-intensive
companies in Germany, the Federation of German Industry has said.
EU Challenges Luxembourg's Regime For VAT Groups
The European Commission has decided to take Luxembourg to the European Court of Justice over the VAT system applied in Luxembourg to independent
groups of persons.
Ireland, UK To Introduce Marker For Rebated Fuels
Ireland and the UK are to introduce a new marker for rebated fuels, and will consult with the oil industry on how to implement the changes.
UK National Audit Office Highlights Unrecovered Tax Debt
A new report from the UK's National Audit Office says that HM Revenue and Customs is owed at least GBP15.1bn in unpaid debt, and that overpayments of tax credits are being created twice as fast as repayments are being recovered.
Top US House Democrat Joins In TPA Bill Rejection
Following the recent negative comments by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Ron Wyden, the new Chairman of the Senate
Finance Committee, another senior member of United States President Barack Obama's
party, the House of Representatives Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has also spoken out against the current bill before Congress for Trade Promotion Authority renewal.
IRS Ups US Tax Return Filings
The Internal Revenue Service has announced that filings of returns in the
United States 2014 individual income tax season have outpaced filings for the
same period last year.
US Medical Device Makers Condemn New Tax
US employment, research and development spending, and investment fell after the introduction of the federal medical device excise tax from the start of 2013, according to a survey by the Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed) of its members.
City Of London Counts Costs Of EU11 FTT
A European financial transaction tax would be borne by end users such as pension funds, according to a new report.