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07 November 2017

This 25th issue of BDO’s Transfer Pricing Newsletter focuses on recent developments in the field of transfer pricing in Cyprus, Germany, India, Spain, Switzerland, and United Kingdom.

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16 September 2017

A number of countries grant tax advantages for the development and/or the exploitation of intellectual property. Currently, there is about a dozen countries in Europe with so-called “IP Box Regimes”. Such preferential regimes can be used by multinational groups for profit shifting. Under...

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08 June 2017

Germany expands merger control enforcement in digital and innovative markets

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06 June 2017

Do we live in a riskier world? The answer is yes according to 72% of respondents to the BDO Global Risk Landscape survey who consider that the world has become a riskier place. With risk perception down overall from 87% from last year’s survey however, is this an accurate reflection of the...

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15 May 2017

The tax complexity has increasingly become an important challenge for Multinational Corporations (MNCs).

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01 February 2017

Global M&A has had a tremendous start to the year. The appetite to do big ticket deals in the face of economic and political challenges has seen H1 2017 post an aggregate deal value of US$1.49 trillion, 8.4% more than H1 2016 in value terms.

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16 November 2016

This newsletter summarises recent tax developments of international interest across the world.

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13 September 2016

Across the European Union (“EU”), barriers exist that prevent small and medium-sized enterprises (“SMEs”) from raising capital that is required for growth. Banks are lending less and less to SMEs, a trend that is only expected to continue in light of more stringent capital requirements...

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11 August 2016

Traditional telecoms companies are under pressure to reinvent themselves. They need to adapt their offering to keep pace with tech-savvy customers, to grapple with burdensome regulation, and to make significant infrastructure investments to remain competitive and relevant. See our global telecoms...

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