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In a recent case, the Federal Institute for Access to Information and Data Protection (IFAI) of Mexico has imposed a penalty on Pharma Plus, S.A. de C.V.
By Nair & Co.
The Australian government has extended provisions regarding penalties for directors.
By Nair & Co.
The Brazilian government has amended its Transfer Pricing Regulations (TPR), which may affect companies doing business in the country. New Normative Instruction (NI) 1,312 regulating new transfer pricing provisions were issued.
By Nair & Co.
China’s State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) simplifies foreign exchange rules relating to foreign direct investment to attract foreign investment into China.
By Nair & Co.
Hong Kong, along the lines of developed economies like Singapore and UK plans to implement a standard work week of 40-48 hours and an overtime pay of 50% of pay over and above normal pay.
By Nair & Co.
The French government has tabled a draft finance bill, which if passed, would affect the taxes applicable to stock options and also to income from dividends.
By Nair & Co.
Italy has recently announced measures to ensure the financial stability of the economy.
By Nair & Co.
With the intention of implementing new rules in April 2013, the UK government has announced a proposal to introduce a new kind of employment contract called the “owner-employee contract”.
By Nair & Co.
Australia has amended work health and safety (WHS) laws which are likely to be implemented in early 2013, increasing corporate governance responsibilities for directors and officers of companies doing business in the country.
By Nair & Co.
Taxpayers paying service tax of more than INR 25 lakh will now be required to file returns on a monthly basis, instead of twice in a year.
By Nair & Co.
The Brazilian Government recently announced new amendments to taxes on financial transaction regulations, which includes reduction of tax on foreign exchange transactions related to the inflow of resources within Brazil from 2% to zero.

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