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September 16, 2019
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Americas Tax Roundup 16 September 2019

EY’s Americas Tax Roundup newsletter, prepared by EY Global Tax, provides a summary of the top weekly tax news, trends and developments in the Americas.

  • Chilean House of Representatives approves tax reform bill
  • Mexico: VAT on digital services bill submitted to Chamber of Deputies
  • Brazil announces plans to levy 0.2% -- 1% tax on payments and financial transactions
  • OECD   BEPS Action 13 peer reviews confirm major progress on CbC reporting implementation
  • New MERCOSUR-EFTA free trade agreement would eliminate import duties for raw materials, basic products
  • US Congress returns from summer recess: what's next in Washington?
  • Venezuela reissues equity tax law
  • Peru and Japan agree in principle to Double Tax Treaty
  • EY Canada releases latest issue of TaxMatters@EY

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Americas Tax Roundup – 16 September 2019

 
 

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