Los impuestos en el mundo. Actualización al 17-Jul-2017
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China, New Zealand Resume Free Trade Upgrade Talks
China and New Zealand have held the second round of negotiations seeking to upgrade their existing Free Trade Agreement.
Australia Seeking UK, EU Free Trade Deals
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said his country stands ready to agree a post-Brexit trade treaty with the UK.
EU Warns Ireland On Tax Change Under Consideration
The European Commission has said that proposals to abolish Ireland's Universal Social Charge would come at a cost of lost revenue.
UK Firms Fear Brexit Fallout Without EU FTA
Businesses do not want the UK to leave the European Union without securing a free trade agreement, a survey has found.
EU Asks France To Amend Foreign Income Rules
The EU has asked France to amend how it calculates personal income tax for taxpayers who receive income from foreign sources.
EU Tax Burden Steady In 2015, At 38.7pc Of GDP
The European Commission has published its annual taxation trends report.
TPP11 Explore Plan B Agreement In Japan
Following agreement reached by the remaining signatories to the Trans-Pacific Partnership earlier this year to push ahead following US President Donald Trump's withdrawal of the United States from the pact, Japan has taken the lead with regard to formulating a plan B for the agreement.
UK Employment Practices Review Falls Short, Say Tax Experts
The UK Government-commissioned independent review into employment practices has received a mix response from tax and employment experts.
Brexit Complicates UK Customs System Overhaul
The United Kingdom tax authority, HM Revenue and Customs, may not be able to ensure its new customs system is operational before Brexit, the National Audit Office has warned.
Ireland Seeking Post-Brexit Transitional Arrangements
Ireland's new Enterprise Minister met this week with the EU's chief Brexit negotiator and called for an appropriate transitional arrangement that will minimize disruption to trade and the economy after the UK leaves the bloc.
US Expedites Anti-Dumping Reviews
The United States International Trade Commission has voted to expedite reviews of anti-dumping duty orders to determine whether certain US producers would continue to suffer harm in their absence.