April 24, 2022
U.S. International Tax This Week for April 22
Ernst & Young's U.S. Tax This Week newsletter for the week ending April 22 is now available. Prepared by Ernst & Young's National Tax Department in Washington, D.C., this weekly update summarizes important news, cases, and other developments in U.S. taxation.
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— Apr 21: Mauritius amends income tax regulations regarding 80% income exemption for investment dealers and defining specialized software and systems (Tax Alert 2022-0657)
Canada & Latin America
— Apr 21: Government of Canada to repeal the 'Certain Goods Remission Order' (COVID-19) (Tax Alert 2022-0655)
— Apr 18: Peru's President amends VAT Law and Tax Code (Tax Alert 2022-0635)
— Apr 18: Argentina relaxes COVID-19-related entry requirements (Tax Alert 2022-0634)
— Apr 18: Costa Rica's Ministry of Economy, Industry and Commerce imposes additional ad valorem duty on sugar imports from Colombia (Tax Alert 2022-0633)
— Apr 20: UK Tax Authority issues further guidance on UK Plastic Packaging Tax (Tax Alert 2022-0649)
— Apr 20: Turkey enacts new tax law (Tax Alert 2022-0653)
— Apr 20: Turkey increases special consumption tax base for portable radiotelephone devices (Tax Alert 2022-0645)
— Apr 20: OECD releases ninth batch of Stage 2 peer review reports on dispute resolution (Tax Alert 2022-0650)
— Apr 20: The Latest on BEPS and Beyond for April 2022 (Tax Alert 2022-0644)
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Because the matters covered herein are complicated, U.S. International Tax This Week should not be regarded as offering a complete explanation and should not be used for making decisions. Any decision concerning matters covered herein should be reviewed with a qualified tax advisor.