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Australian Parliament passes changes on thin capitalisation rules, to rewrite the exemption for foreign non-portfolio dividends received by Australian companies and to amend the foreign resident CGT concession rules.
Our panel of tax professionals from around the world reviews the new reporting mechanisms and the potential implications for multinational businesses.
The G20 meeting produced a final communique focused on the themes of Australia's G20 year, notably growth, infrastructure and financial stability.
Exemption changes will affect financing and treasury positions for businesses operating internationally and structuring of foreign investments held by Australian companies.
New tax incentives for the shipping industry that are expected to be effective on 1 July 2012 and provide important opportunities for consideration.
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