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22 May 2013
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Value Added Tax (VAT) is a relevant factor that must be considered both by foreign investors and lenders when funding operational projects in Chile. In this regard, the Chilean VAT legislation acknowledges the difficulties of financing operational projects and, with the intention to promote such investment in Chile, mitigates certain VAT effects. If properly implemented, these mechanisms could have a material impact on the final costs and cash-flows of a project.
Taxation of Profits in Brazil
Brazil's Supreme Court rules on automatic taxation of profits earned abroad by foreign controlled/affiliate companies.
Presumed Profits Method Regime in Brazil
The Brazilian government recently published provisions to increase the gross revenue limitation for companies to elect the Presumed Profits Method (PPM) for computing Brazilian income tax.
Outsourcing in Mexico
Strategies reviews tax implications and concerns about outsourcing under the recent labor law reform.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Brazil's Supreme Court Rules on Automatic Taxation of Profits Earned Abroad by Foreign Controlled/Affiliate Companies, page 1
Cap Increase Allows More Companies to Elect Presumed Profits Method Regime, page 3
Benefits of the Ex-Tarifário Regime and Recent Import Duty Restrictions, page 4
IFRS in Brazil and Tax Implications to Payment of Dividends, page 5
PIS and COFINS Credits—Development in Case Law, page 6
VAT Relief in Operational Projects in Chile, page 1
An Uncertain Future for the Mexican Tax Reforms, page 12
Outsourcing Under the Recent Labor Law Reform—Tax Implications and Concerns, page 15
Pacific Alliance Members to Eliminate Most Tariffs, with June 2013 Conclusion of Agreement Possible, page 19
22 May 2013
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