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Diplomatic missions, along with their related administrative staff, enjoy certain tax facilities, under reciprocity conditions between states, such as tax exemptions. The analysis provided hereinafter aims at outlining the fiscal treatment of the income derived by members of diplomatic missions, for the activities performed in Romania, in their official capacity, as well as other exemptions granted to them and to diplomatic missions.
Topics: Taxation,
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This article includes an overview of the most recent developments in the Portuguese tax system that are essentially aimed at fostering foreign direct investment in Portugal. At the corporate level, Portugal has just enacted a major reform on Corporate Income Tax, which main features are detailed and analysed in this article, with particular focus on the positioning of Portuguese companies as a preferred gateway to emerging economies such as Portuguese speaking countries. Still there are also...
Topics: Immigration / Visas / Work Permits, Business Organizations,
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The Nonprofit Revitalization Act of 2013 takes effect July 1, 2014 and changes how nonprofits operate in certain areas, including formation, financial oversight, internal controls, meeting and consent procedures and major transactions. It is important that founders, directors and officers of New York nonprofits are aware of the key provisions of the Act.
Topics: Not-For-Profit Organizations / Tax Exempt Entities,
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Banks and branches of foreign banks in Slovakia should acquaint themselves with the ever increasing complexity of banking sector regulation, imposed not only by Slovak regulatory bodies and Slovak legislation but also by the European Union and its institutions. We highlight in particular the new reporting obligation under the European Union Regulation EMIR.
Topics: Finance & Banking,
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One of the most commonly used instruments of guarantee within international transactions is the bank letter of guarantee. After widespread use in practice, the main principles were gathered by ICC in a set of rules which became applicable worldwide. Many countries, among them Romania, have expressly regulated the letter of guarantee.
Topics: Commercial Transactions and Finance / Consumer Transactions, Finance & Banking,
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Generating few headlines, but frequently posing interesting legal and policy questions are the private suits that follow governmental action. These putative class actions often mimic the SEC’s or DOJ’s announcements and filings, seeking to slipstream in the government’s wake to a large disgorgement award, and an equally handsome attorney’s fee. Slipstreaming, however, has its risks and this article will discuss several fact-specific pleading and substantive hurdles that may be...
Topics: Litigation (Civil, Business and Commercial), Capital Markets / Securities Law / Commodity Trading,
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The following article gives a sector by sector overview of a trade deal signed in principle between Canada and the European Union. Though the agreement is not anticipated to be in force for at least two years, the scope of the agreement is extensive and most tariffs between the two entities are to be phased out over a period of time.
Topics: Trade Law / Trade Regulation,
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The following article gives a brief overview of proposed changes to Canada’s Citizenship Act which will be of importance to those planning any future immigration to Canada and/or Canadian or international businesses reliant upon significant number of foreign workers planning on immigrating to Canada and subsequently becoming Canadian citizens.
Topics: Immigration / Visas / Work Permits,
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From 12 March 2014, there will be significant changes to privacy law in Australia. These changes include a new unified set of 13 'Australian Privacy Principles' (APPs) which will regulate the handling of personal information and have implications for organisations which disclose personal information overseas.
Topics: Privacy / Use of Personal Information,
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Foreign investors often arrive in Russia through companies incorporated in places like the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Cyprus and Switzerland, which are high up the list of the most popular jurisdictions in Russia. These companies are often created with a view to investing or are designed to finance other group companies. Though the above countries, of course, fall outside the definition of ‘offshore’ jurisdictions, such structures could also be affected by measures for the ‘deoffshorization’...
Topics: Taxation,
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