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October 7, 2019

Americas Tax Roundup 7 October 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.

  • US announces countermeasure duties against EU following WTO ruling; new US exclusions for China-origin goods; US-Japan FTA moves forward 
  • Argentine companies may be entitled to reduced  income tax prepayments due to inflation adjustment 
  • International Chamber of Commerce launches Incoterms® 2020: global trade, indirect tax, legal, OME, and IT consequences 
  • Costa Rica issues guidelines for commercial documents saved by auxiliaries of the Customs Civil Service 
  • Puerto Rico's reduced sales and use tax rate for prepared food sales effective 1 October 2019 
  • EY releases ‘Transfer Pricing and International Tax Survey 2019’ report 
  • EY Canada releases latest issue of TaxMatters@EY


Americas Tax Roundup – 7 October 2019


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