Los impuestos en el mundo. Actualización al 02-Dic-2019
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EU Moving Forward With Proposal For Public CbC Reporting
The EU's Competitiveness Council is to meet on November 28, 2019, to agree a general approach on a legislative proposal to release to the public information on multinational enterprises' tax affairs.
Nine EU Finance Ministers Call For Green Tax On Aviation
Nine EU member states have called on the European Commission to draw up proposals for an EU-wide aviation tax.
UK Labour Promises Corporate Tax Hikes, Second Brexit Referendum
The main UK opposition party Labour has set out its plans for tax reform, in a manifesto released on November 21.
UK Prime Minister Cancels Corporate Tax Cut
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that his party intends to cancel a planned cut to the corporate tax rate, which was scheduled for April 2020.
Costa Rica Ratifies Updated TIEA With US
On November 12, 2019, a law was published in the official gazette of Costa Rica which ratifies the updated Tax Information Exchange Agreement with the United States.
American Firms Concerned By Canadian Digital Tax Plan
Representatives from US trade and industry associations have voiced concern about a digital services tax proposal floated during the recent Canadian election which they argue will "impose discriminatory requirements on the digital economy."
OECD Seeks Input On 13 New Dispute Resolution Peer Reviews
The OECD is seeking input from taxpayers on dispute resolution mechanisms in place in Aruba, Bahrain, Barbados, Gibraltar, Greenland, Kazakhstan, Oman, Qatar, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, the United Arab Emirates, and Vietnam, as part of follow-up work under BEPS Action Plan Action 14.
Czech Government Approves Digital Tax
On November 18, 2019, the Government of the Czech Republic announced that it has agreed on a draft law to introduce a tax on digital services, which will now be submitted to parliament.