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China Sino-US Solar Trade Dispute Set To Escalate On June 3, in the teeth of opposition from the Chinese Ministry of Commerce, the United States Department of Commerce made a preliminary decision to impose further anti-subsidy countervailing duties against imports of solar products from China and Taiwan, with anti-dumping duties also expected to be announced next month. EU EU Commission Pushes For Direct To Indirect Tax Shift Unveiling country-specific tax recommendations for member states, European Tax Commissioner Algirdas Šemeta said that "much more remains to be done before we have a level of taxation that supports a job-rich recovery." Japan Japan Must Deliver On Sales Tax Pledge, Says IMF Following the conclusion of its 2014 Article IV Consultation with Japan, the International Monetary Fund stated that, while the economy is expected to weather well the recent consumption tax increase, greater fiscal reform efforts will be required over the medium term, especially to avoid undermining confidence in the sustainability of government debt. US Farmers Call For Japan To Be Excluded From TPP United States farming groups are urging that, if Japan continues to insist that it should keep import duties on its ultra-sensitive agricultural products andndash; rice, wheat, beef and pork, dairy products, and sugar and starch andndash; it should be excluded from Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations. UK Switzerland Tells UK Of Bank Deposit Movements Swiss banks were required to hand over information about deposit movements to UK authorities by May 31, 2014, to support UK efforts to track down untaxed income. UK Tribunal Rejects Retailer's Tax Claims HM Revenue and Customs has welcomed the Upper Tribunal's rejection of a multi-million pound tax allowance claim by one of the UK's largest clothing retailers. UK Conservatives Back Scottish Freedom On Tax The Scottish Parliament should be handed full powers over income tax rates and bands, according to a report commissioned by the Scottish Conservatives. US US Lawmakers Seek LIFO Retention In Tax Reform More than 110 bipartisan lawmakers have written to House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee Dave Camp urging him to drop proposals to repeal the last-in, first-out method of accounting from his proposed United States comprehensive tax reform plan. IRS Warns US Expats Of Filing Deadlines United States citizens and resident aliens living overseas who qualified for an automatic two-month extension after the regular April 15 tax filing date must file their 2013 federal income tax returns by June 16. US Business Sees Tax Rate Cut As Solution To Inversions The businesses and associations that make up the RATE Coalition have written to Ron Wyden, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Finance, and Orrin Hatch, its Ranking Member, to insist that the solution to United States corporate tax inversions lies in reforming its "uncompetitive tax code." Otros temas Canadian Taxes Have Fallen Considerably: Report Tax regime changes have reduced Canadians' liability to personal income tax and sales taxes by CAD30bn (USD27.5bn) this year relative to 2005, according to the Parliamentary Budget Officer.

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