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Special Edition: Industries – Financial Services
Automatic exchange of information: Preparing now for reporting in 2018

14 December 2017
Host: Michael Velten
Presenters: Matthew Cahill, Alison Noble, and Susan Schultz

Many financial institutions in the Asia Pacific region will need to report under the common reporting standard for the first time in 2018. And FATCA reports may not yet have been required to be filed in some jurisdictions. What do financial institutions need to do to prepare for reporting in 2018? We'll discuss:

  • An outline of the reporting requirements under FATCA and CRS.
  • The reporting deadlines for FATCA and CRS in Asia Pacific.
  • Lessons learned from FATCA and CRS reporting.
  • Options to consider for reporting.

Deloitte specialists from Asia Pacific and our global information reporting team will share insights from their experience with assisting clients with FATCA and CRS reporting over the last three years, including CRS reporting for early adopting countries in other regions. Learn why financial institutions in Asia Pacific should start preparing now for reporting in 2018.

Special Edition - China Spotlight
China's new rule on Administration of Enterprise Income Tax (EIT) Withheld on China-source income derived by Non-Resident Enterprises (NREs)

7 December 2017
Host: Jennifer Zhang
Presenters: Jie Liang and Shanice Siu

China's State Administration of Taxation (SAT) published new guidance (Bulletin 37) on 27 October 2017, accompanied by an official interpretation, that revises the rules governing the administration of withholding tax on China-source income derived by NREs. The new rule provides clearer guidance on the collection of EIT on China-source income derived by NREs and resolves some practical issues that have existed until now. It also includes measures to reduce the administrative burden on withholding agents, coordinate responsibilities among different Chinese tax authorities, and generally improve the business environment. Bulletin 37 repeals the previous Provisional Administration Measures on Administration of EIT Withheld on China-source income derived by NREs (Circular Guoshuifa [2009] No. 3), Administration Measures of EIT for Income Derived by Non-REs from Equity Transfers (Circular Guoshuihan [2009] No. 698), as well as some relevant articles in other circulars. The issuance of Bulletin 37, which is welcome news for both NREs and withholding agents, generally will apply as from 1 December 2017, but some provisions will also apply to income that has arisen but not been dealt with before the effective date. We'll discuss:

  • The key clarifications made in the new rule, such as:
    • Abolishment of 30-day contract registration, but what remains?
    • How to calculate capital gains, including currency conversion and on installment payments
    • When to withhold or pay tax
    • How to distinguish whether failure to withhold falls under "tax withheld but not paid" or "tax not withheld"
    • Clarification on in-charge tax authorities
  • What are the implications to direct and indirect transfers?
  • What are the implications to overseas remittance procedures?

Learn about China tax authorities' latest administrative trends on EIT withheld at source for Non-REs.

Indirect Tax
Indirect tax audits: New approaches you need to know

5 December 2017
Host: Robert Tsang
Presenters: M.S. Mani, Eng Yew Tan, and Candy Tang

Audits for VAT / GST are evolving rapidly across Asia Pacific and tax authorities are evolving and revolutionizing the approach to handle such audits. We will examine what are the current and changing approaches in China, India, and Malaysia. Are the moves in Europe and the OECD's initiatives around the Standard Audit File-Tax echoing around Asia Pacific? Understand more about what is happening on the ground in these countries and for insights on what good practice looks like. We'll discuss:

  • New tax audit approaches using technology and analytics.
  • Current and future developments on audit approach in China, India, and Malaysia.
  • OECD's initiatives on Standard Audit File-Tax – how relevant are they in Asia Pacific indirect tax?

Join us to learn about the "new normal" in indirect tax audits.

Country Focus
Tax governance and transparency in Australia: Stay ahead of the game

28 November 2017
Host: David Watkins
Presenters: Stuart Osborne and Chris Thomas

Consistent with the global BEPS developments, the tax governance and transparency environment in Australia has rapidly changed in recent years with new disclosure requirements coming in a variety of forms: legislative, administrative, and voluntary. Combined with the Australian Tax Office's review of the top 1000 company groups and increased penalties for non-compliance with some of the transparency measures, there are some important issues that corporate taxpayers in Australia need to be aware of. We'll discuss:

  • The reportable tax position schedule for the largest corporate groups.
  • Public disclosures for taxpayers with revenue greater than $100 million.
  • The Voluntary Tax Transparency Code.

Keep up to date with the latest developments and the related governance and Board processes that multinationals are putting in place.

Transfer Pricing
Transfer pricing for common operating models in a post-BEPS world

23 November 2017
Host: Anis Chakravarty
Presenters: Eunice Kuo, Kerry Lambrou, and Carlo Navarro

The BEPS transfer pricing initiatives have impacted many common operating models for multinationals in the Asia Pacific region. Multinationals are undertaking "health-checks" of their models as part of their tax governance and risk frameworks. We will explore some of the practical impacts on typical operating models such as procurement, manufacturing, sales and distribution, principal operating companies, and discuss potential approaches to deal with risk areas. We'll discuss:

  • Current landscape in the Asia Pacific region.
  • Impacts on the typical operating models.
  • Practical insights on the potential risk areas and how to avoid them.

Join us as we discuss the steps you should undertake in performing your own operating model "health-check".

International Tax
Inbound investment into Indonesia: A look into trends and challenges

21 November 2017
Host: Rohan Solapurkar
Presenters: Roy David Kiantiong, John Lauwrenz, and Cindy Sukiman

In recent years, Indonesia has continued to receive significant amounts of foreign investment. What are the current investment climate and tax challenges for such inbound investment? We'll discuss:

  • Changes in investment regulations and current priorities of the government.
  • Increased focus on tax audits as a revenue collection measure.
  • Recent and proposed changes in tax treaties and tax regulations affecting inbound investments into Indonesia.
  • Recent changes to the transfer pricing documentation regulations.

Learn about the latest inbound investment climate in Indonesia and how it might affect your investment strategies into Indonesia.

China Spotlight
Intensified administration of PRC Individual Income Tax (IIT) for foreign expatriates working in China: Trends and challenges

16 November 2017
Host: Huan Wang
Presenters: Rene Lu and Melody Ma

In recent years, China tax authorities have stepped up their efforts in tax collection in respect of foreign expatriates and strengthened the related regulatory measures. The frequency of self-inspections and tax audits carried out by the local tax authorities have significantly increased. How should companies prepare themselves under the current environment? We'll discuss:

  • Implications of Golden Tax System III on individual income tax reporting and administration.
  • The latest trends and key focuses on IIT inspection activities in China.
  • Recent development of IIT administration on short-term employees whose activities create a permanent establishment in China.
  • Recommended actions by company in facing and managing these challenges.

Keep up to date on the latest administration trends with respect of the intensification of foreign expatriates' IIT collection and be prepared for the upcoming challenges.

International Tax
Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS): What's happened so far? And what's next?

14 November 2017
*Due to a significant amount of content, the webcast has been extended to 70 minutes.*
Host: Claudio Cimetta
Presenters: Leonard Khaw, Kerry Lambrou, and Cam Smith

Now substantially in the "implementation" phase, the BEPS project continues to have a major impact on international tax. We will review the significant BEPS developments in the last 9 months, and in particular:

  • The Multilateral Convention (MLI) to amend double tax treaties, which has now been signed by 71 jurisdictions.
  • Discussion drafts and consultation meetings.
    • Attribution of profits to permanent establishments
    • Profit split method
    • Digital economy
  • Transfer pricing.
    • 2017 OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines
    • Hard-to-value intangibles
    • Country-by-country reporting
  • Hybrids: branch mismatch arrangements.
  • Domestic tax law changes.
    • In compliance with the BEPS project
    • "Unilateral changes"
  • Monitoring by the BEPS Inclusive Framework.

Find out the current position on this very important international tax initiative.

Global Mobility, Talent & Rewards
Social security update: Exploring social security agreements with focus on India-Australia and India-Japan traffic lanes

9 November 2017
Host: Divya Baweja
Presenters: Himanshu Kapoor and Michael Ward

Over the last few years, we have seen an increasing number of Social Security Agreements (SSA) signed among countries in the region, including India-Australia and India-Japan. Entering into such Agreements results in savings in the contribution of social security in the host country, provided the appropriate documentation is in place and filing requirements are met. We'll discuss:

  • Key aspects of the India-Australia and India-Japan SSA.
  • Implications and compliance requirements each SSA raises from a tax and social security perspective in India, Australia, and Japan.
  • Key issues impacting movement of assignees in and outside India, Australia, and Japan.
  • Bringing SSA considerations into your mobility cost estimations and cross-border deployment strategy.

Stay ahead on the updates in social security, and explore ways to bring the costs down for cross-border movements.

India Spotlight
India's GST at 4 months: Baby to toddler?

2 November 2017
Host: Robert Tsang
Presenters: Jaskiran Bhatia, Prashant Deshpande, and Rajeev Dimri

The Indian GST launched to much fanfare on 1 July, but how is it moving forward? What is the experience on the ground, particularly in relation to compliance and the new technology framework that is the GST Network? What have been the practical issues and how best to solve them? What should businesses be doing about managing anti-profiteering risks around pricing in their supply chains, now that the Anti-Profiteering Rules 2017 have been published and the GST Council's latest guidance, pronouncements, and statements? Join us for the latest report, as the Indian GST baby becomes a toddler. We'll discuss:

  • Practical issues on relation to compliance and the new technology framework.
  • Impact of Anti-Profiteering Rules 2017 on businesses.
  • Current status on GST compliance.
  • Lessons from India and the rest of the world.

Stay informed about the current developments on India's GST and how they may affect your organization.

India Spotlight
India's safe harbor rules: The road thus far, and the road ahead

31 October 2017
Host: Sanjay Kumar
Presenters: Vani Arora and Tehmina Sharma

Transfer pricing safe harbor rules were first introduced in India in 2013 with a view to provide tax certainty to taxpayers. But these rules, particularly the profit margins prescribed, did not attract significant interest from the larger cross-section of the taxpayers as they believed that the profit margins were unduly high and did not justify the economic or business rationale. The rules were recently revised by the government to align with the business conditions, economic realities, and taxpayer expectations. We'll discuss:

  • Recent changes in the Indian safe harbor rules and a comparison with the earlier rules.
  • Discussion on some key changes, such as inclusion of low-value adding intra-group services.
  • Technical and clarificatory issues on the applicability of safe harbor rules, and remaining grey areas.
  • Whether these changes provide an effective dispute prevention mechanism?
  • Potential impact on the Indian Advance Pricing Agreement mechanism.

Learn about the important developments on the Indian safe harbor rules, and how the changes would affect your business and tax position.

Transfer Pricing
Transfer pricing issues of cross-border financing and beyond: Steering towards the future

26 October 2017
Host: Ockie Olivier
Presenters: Bart De Gouw, Samuel Gordon, and Brent Vasconcellos

As tax authorities in the region increasingly focus on cross-border financing from a transfer pricing perspective, it is important for multinationals to navigate the changing landscape, including various unilateral actions taken by different countries. These developments are not only changing the ways in which tax authorities are scrutinizing and challenging existing cross-border funding arrangements, they are also creating a substantial level of uncertainty and challenges for multinationals that are funding new operations and acquisitions in the region. We'll discuss:

  • The latest court decisions and legislative changes.
  • Administrative approaches adopted by tax authorities in the region.
  • Practical approaches adopted by multinationals in managing their global financing arrangements.

Join us to learn how to navigate through this new landscape for your business.

International Tax
Taiwan Tax Reform Proposals: Positive moves for investors and taxpayers

24 October 2017
Host: Leonard Khaw
Presenters: Elizabeth Dodson, Ping Gwo, and Amber Li

On 1 September 2017, Taiwan's Ministry of Finance (MOF) announced a proposed tax reform package, increasing the corporate income tax rate from 17% to 20%, as well as the dividend withholding tax rate for non-resident shareholders (before applying a treaty limitation) from 20% to 21%. At the same time, it is proposed that the rate of the special surtax on undistributed profits will be reduced from 10% to 5%, however, it will cease to be creditable against a non-resident shareholder's dividend withholding tax liability. From a purely domestic perspective, the most important proposed change is the abolition of the dividend imputation system. We'll discuss:

  • Commonly used investment structures into Taiwan.
  • The September 2017 tax reform measures.
  • The impact of these measures on such commonly used investment structures.
  • Decisions investors face, and the choices they have insofar as tax is concerned.

Keep up to date with the recently announced tax reform proposals in Taiwan and hear our insights on how they may affect your business, what to expect, and how to prepare in advance.

International Tax
Inbound investment into Thailand: Exploring current incentives

21 September 2017
Host: Poljun Divari
Presenters: Korneeka Koonachoak and Sutthika Ruchupan

After years of politic turmoil, the government of Thailand has succeeded in stabilizing the country and restoring the public confidence. Currently, Thailand is going through a transition towards the fourth industrial revolution or Industrial 4.0, which features the digitization of physical assets and processes. Special tax regimes and various incentives have been introduced by the government of Thailand in an effort to attract high value-added industries into the country. This is one of the reasons why Thailand has been ranked sixth among the world's best up-and-coming economies in 2017 according to a study from U.S. News & World Report. In this discussion, we will share some incentives implemented by government to promote the investment into Thailand. We'll discuss:

  • Board of Investment (BOI) incentives.
  • Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC).
  • International Headquarters (IHQ) and International Trading Center (ITC).

Learn more about the incentives that the government of Thailand is currently focusing on and how they could add value to your investment plan or current investment in Thailand.

International Tax
Inbound investment into Japan: Practical insights on recent developments

12 September 2017
Host: David Bickle
Presenters: Lars Dahlen, Brian Douglas, and Tim O'Brien

Japan remains a strategic market for investment for many companies and investors, but concerns over the country's economic recovery persist. Under the monetary and fiscal policies, and structural reforms of Abenomics, recent Japanese tax reform legislation has been aimed to encourage greater foreign investment into Japan. Most notable has been the steady decline in the corporate income tax rate and domestic rules that exempt foreign investment from taxation in Japan. The recent tax reforms have also introduced a number of the initiatives recommended under BEPS project, including rules on the taxation of the digital economy, hybrid instruments, transfer pricing documentation and country-by-country (CbC) reporting, and in the latest 2017 Tax Reform, an over-haul of Japan's CFC rules. We'll discuss:

  • An overview of investment structures into Japan.
  • Update on current implementation of the BEPS Action points in Japan.
  • Tax incentives and their practical implementation.
  • Tax audit trends and areas of focus.
  • Tax treaty update.
  • Future developments and looking toward the 2018 tax reform.

Keep up to date with the latest developments on inbound investment in Japan and hear our insights on the latest Japan tax issues, what to expect, and how to prepare.

Global Mobility, Talent & Rewards
Rewriting the rules for talent management and mobility: Insights from Deloitte's 2017 Human Capital Trends Report

5 September 2017
Host: Joseph Logudic
Presenters: Pushp Deep Gupta and Andrew Warneck

Organizations face a radically shifting context in the workplace, the workforce, and work itself. Much of this has been driven by technology advancement. Deloitte's 2017 Global Human Capital Trends Report reveals that business productivity tends not to keep pace with technological progress. So, in a digital age defined by disruptions, fade-out of long-standing business, and the rise of new players, employers need to re-think how they can stay in the game or even create an edge through modern talent management and mobility methodologies. Using case studies from the report, we will explore how organizations are replacing structural hierarchies with networks of agile and powerful teams, how employees also enjoy faster and more promising career progression, taking advantage of the broader exposures, and removal of geographical boundaries. We'll discuss:

  • Digital workplaces and workforces.
  • Making talent mobility a core value.
  • Data analytics to find, attract, and place people globally.
  • Employee experience for cultural change, engagement, productivity, and growth.

Stay ahead of these human capital trends, explore how they are changing across the region, and the "new organization".

M&A Tax
Tax structuring for real estate transactions in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and Vietnam in the BEPS era

29 August 2017
Host: Daniel Ho
Presenters: John Lauwrenz, Siok Peng Ong, Hoang Phan Vu, and Kwang Gek Sim

In the era of BEPS, how would you structure your investment in the real estate sector so as to ensure it does not expose you to unintended tax costs and maximizes opportunity? In the previous quarter, we illustrated case studies in China, India, and Japan. In this quarter, we will continue the discussion of this topic with a focus on Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and Vietnam. We'll discuss:

  • Overview of a typical investment structure in the real estate sector.
  • Taxation of repatriation.
  • Tax implications on financing arrangements.
  • Exit tax considerations.
  • Practical case studies and lessons learned.

Keep up to date with how BEPS could impact your tax structure in the real estate sector.

India Spotlight
General Anti-Avoidance Rule (GAAR): Applicability and implications

24 August 2017
Host: Sunil Shah
Presenters: Pravin Agrawal, Jatin Kanabar, and Pritin Kumar

India has introduced the General Anti-Avoidance Rule (GAAR) effective from 1 April 2017. GAAR is aimed at curtailing tax avoidance in general (in India) and to rein in the innovative tax avoidance arrangements entered into by taxpayers. GAAR provisions vest the tax authorities with wide powers to, inter-alia, disregard, look through or re-characterize, or ignore arrangements etc. What is further concerning is the apparent open-ended residual power in the statute which provides that the tax consequences will be determined in a manner as is deemed appropriate at the option of the Revenue authorities. We'll discuss:

  • Overview of GAAR.
  • The GAAR provisions and the potential areas of impact.
  • Practical case studies illustrating the operation of the GAAR provisions to common tax planning arrangements.
  • The way forward.

Learn about the important developments in regard to GAAR and how they may affect your business.

Transfer Pricing
Country-by-Country (CbC) reporting and new transfer pricing documentation requirements in Southeast Asia

15 August 2017
Host: Stuart Simons
Presenters: Roy David Kiantiong and Joy Mukherjee

The new transfer pricing documentation rules following the OECD's BEPS Action 13 intend to strengthen the quality of documents maintained by the taxpayers and enhance transparency. As the introduction of CbC, master file, and local file requirements is now well underway in a number of the SEA jurisdictions, some companies may require substantial lead time in the implementation processes including commitment and investment in systems and resources. We'll discuss:

  • Current status of the new documentation requirements across Southeast Asia.
  • Differences in the timing and content of the requirements in specific Southeast Asia countries.
  • Systems and process issues that have emerged to date.
  • Interaction with existing transfer pricing documentation requirements.

Keep up to date with the latest developments on CbC reporting as well as transfer pricing documentation requirements and how they may affect your organization.

India Spotlight
Hot issues in India: Secondary adjustments and interest limitations

8 August 2017
Host: Rohinton Sidhwa
Presenters: Sanjay Kumar and Radhakishan Rawal

Two legal provisions have been introduced in India that are likely to have far reaching implications for multinational enterprises (MNEs) with respect to their intragroup transactions. First, introduction of a secondary adjustment pursuant to a transfer pricing addition and the second, an interest deduction limitation, prompted by BEPS Action 4. Both of these provisions are intended to align Indian tax laws with OECD guidelines and international best practices. Secondary adjustment also addresses the issue of physical movement of cash to correct the negative impact such transfer pricing additions have on foreign currency reserves of the country. The interest rate limitation applies even when guarantees are provided to a third party lender. We'll discuss:

  • An overview of rules and regulations under both the statutory provisions.
  • Unclear technical aspects and interpretations.
  • Practical challenges in adoption and implementation.
  • Provide guidance on tweaking transfer pricing policies by MNEs for risk mitigation.

Join us to understand the various nuances of the new provisions and how to prepare yourselves for compliance.

Indirect Tax
Australia's new B2C GST rules and New Zealand's approach: Revolution or evolution coming to a country near you?

3 August 2017
Host: Robert Tsang
Presenters: Allan Bullot and Jonathan Paul

Australia brings in new B2C GST rules from 1 July this year. What do they mean for you and your business? Is it really B2C only? Are B2B transactions affected? Do the new rules cover both goods and services? Many other countries are following suit with similar B2C VAT and GST rules. We'll discuss:

  • Overview of the new rules.
  • What will New Zealand's approach be?
  • What strategy should your business adopt to cope as the new B2C rules spread across VAT / GST systems in Asia Pacific?

Join our Deloitte specialists from Australia and New Zealand to learn more about the new B2C GST rules that could impact your business.

China Spotlight
Recent developments in China's enterprise income tax laws and review of significant cases

27 July 2017
Host: Jie Liang
Presenters: Jean Luo and Apple Tang

The new rules issued by the Chinese State Administration of Taxation (SAT) in the non-residents tax administration area includes very few rules from an international tax perspective. On the other hand, there have been quite a lot of impressive cases that have attracted much attention from the public. What are the new rules that the Chinese SAT is currently contemplating and what are the interesting cases in the non-residents taxation area? We'll discuss:

  • Prevailing rule for application of treaty benefits.
  • A substantial renewal contemplated by the Chinese SAT of China's withholding at source regime on income derived from within China by non-residents.
  • Important cases on GAAR (in particular, indirect transfer) and cross-border special reorganizations.

Learn about the important developments in regard to China's enterprise income tax laws and how they may affect your business.

Transfer Pricing
Intangibles: Opportunities and challenges in a Post-BEPS world

18 July 2017
Host: Alan Shapiro
Presenters: John Bland and Eunice Kuo

The OECD's final transfer pricing guidance contains a number of new concepts and requirements with respect to the development and exploitation of intangibles. How will these new concepts impact your current and proposed intangibles transactions and structures and what actions should your organization consider? We'll discuss:

  • Approaches to consider in analyzing your current and proposed transactions related to the development and exploitation of intangibles.
  • Valuation and tax authority approaches to reviewing intangible structures and transactions in Asia Pacific.
  • The way forward.

Learn about these developments in transfer pricing for intangibles and find out how your business can effectively manage these transfer pricing opportunities and challenges.

International Tax
Inbound investment into the Philippines: Keeping up with the changes

29 June 2017
Host: Daniel Ho
Presenters: Walter Jr. Abela, Carlo Navarro, and Senen Quizon

The Philippines is one of the fastest growing economies in Southeast Asia, posting an impressive 6.6% growth in the last quarter of 2016. To sustain its growth momentum, it seeks to introduce economic and tax policy reforms to improve the country's investment climate. Sweeping reforms on the tax front are underway to simplify compliance and address the weaknesses in the tax administration. In a move towards simplifying tax compliance, the Philippine tax authority has issued new guidelines which reduce the number of steps and days in registering and securing certifications from the Philippine tax authority, making it easier to do business in the Philippines. Know more about these changes that are taking place in the Philippines. We'll discuss:

  • Recent corporate tax developments.
  • 2017 Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) priority programs (i.e., BIR's internal administrative projects) which would impact multinationals investing into the Philippines.
  • New policies on tax assessment (i.e., policy on three-year successive audits of taxpayers, VAT audit program, etc.).
  • BEPS and the recent Transfer Pricing developments in the Philippines.

Deloitte experts will share their insights about these recent tax developments, and how they could impact your investment plans into the Philippines.

Special Edition - International Tax
Multilateral convention signed: Impact on bilateral tax treaties

28 June 2017
Host: David Watkins
Presenters: Leonard Khaw and Sunil Shah

On 7 June 2017, 68 jurisdictions gathered in Paris to sign the multilateral convention (MLI) to give effect to the double tax treaty-related proposals in the BEPS project. The signing of the MLI is an important milestone in global agreement on international taxation and has the effect of changing more than 1,100 bilateral tax treaties. "Minimum standard" changes to the functioning of bilateral tax treaties in the areas of treaty abuse, mutual agreement procedures (MAP), and treaty preambles will be implemented though the MLI. Further, depending on the reservations and notifications made by each party, optional changes make modifications in permanent establishments (PE), transparent entities, residency tiebreakers, double tax relief, and other items. We'll discuss:

  • Jurisdictions that are covered and those that have opted out.
  • Significant impact areas to businesses.
  • What does not change?
  • Mechanism to analyze and interpret bilateral treaties read with MLI.
  • Time frame.
  • Next steps.

Join us to gain an understanding of how the signing of the MLI will impact bilateral treaties and the taxation of international transactions.

China Spotlight
China VAT: It's time to reap the savings

20 June 2017
Host: Sarah Chin
Presenters: Li Qun Gao and Candy Tang

China VAT is celebrating its first birthday on 1 May 2017. The first 6 months were a rush to understand the rules and then focus on implementation. However, now the dust has started to settle, it is time to focus on planning, identifying, and focus on savings. Whilst there has been a tightening of the zero-rating / VAT exemption preferential treatments, there are other planning opportunities to mitigate the 6% VAT. We will examine industry specific opportunities including the pro rata methodologies to maximize input VAT. We'll discuss:

  • Our expectation of the evolution of the Reform in the future.
  • How to implement VAT saving for specified industries.
  • Next steps and solutions to consider in the short term and beyond.

Understand the potential tax saving opportunities post reform and discover how they may apply to your business.

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