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31 January 2017
Host Noel Clehane speaks with Fayez Choudhury, CEO of the International...
The withdrawal will have a huge impact on the VAT treatment applied to the operations carried out with the UK since it will be considered as a third-country, with the tax consequences derived from such treatment. In the absence of a definitive withdrawal agreement, the UK could be treated as a...
Labour compliance and labour protocols in Spain have been drawing more and more attention in Spanish business as a whole, so BDO has set out to obtain an accurate picture of the current situation in Spanish companies.
Horizons is our global M&A publication, analyzing global mid-market deal activities and trends across key M&A markets globally.
2019 is fast approaching, the year when China will host the XVIII edition of the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup. China will doubtlessly offer up first-rate sports facilities, impeccable organization and a great number of passionate supporters (China currently has 300 million people registered to...
The results of the BDO Global Risk Landscape reflect a changing, more uncertain and increasingly globalised world in which events in one country or market can have a significant impact elsewhere.
Noel Clehane , Global Head of Regulatory & Public Policy AffairsBDO host Noel Clehane speaks with Catherine Day, former Secretary General of the European Commission about the state of the European Union and the future of the European project.
Noel Clehane , Global Head of Regulatory & Public Policy Affairs
Noel Clehane , Global Head of Regulatory & Public Policy AffairsHost Noel Clehane speaks with Fayez Choudhury, CEO of the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) in an interview that takes a thoughtful and truly global look at the accounting profession and its role.
A revised Swiss VAT Law is expected to come into force on 1 January 2018. While the legislation covers a variety of topics, the most significant changes lead to an additional 30,000 foreign businesses having to register for VAT in Switzerland.