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November 8, 2021
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Americas Tax Roundup 8 November 2021

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. Highlights of this week’s edition include:

  • US House passes Senate’s bipartisan infrastructure bill; House Democratic agreement calls for vote on Build Back Better Act reconciliation bill by week of 15 November

  • US: Latest Build Back Better proposal includes 15% corporate minimum tax on book income 

  • Colombia issues regulations to identify preferential tax regimes

  • Mexico and Germany sign new protocol to tax treaty

  • Peru’s President asks Congress for power to enact different tax measures

  • Puerto Rico's Treasury Department announces new monthly return for consolidated sales and use tax and tax on imports effective for the month of October and subsequent periods

  • US and EU agree to end steel and aluminum tariffs and cooperate to address carbon intensity

  • Canada announces targeted COVID-19 support measures

  • Argentina announces new policies for inbound travelers

  • Uruguay implements new policies for inbound travelers

  • EY Canada issues latest edition of TaxMatters@EY 

  • This week's tax treaty news in the Americas

  • Upcoming webcasts

  • Recently archived webcasts

  • US Cross-Border Taxation weekly podcast, 5 November 2021

  • The week’s EY Tax Alerts

  • EY Industry and Tax Services publications

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