Browsing All Posts filed under »International Tax«

Withholding Tax In Brief

April 20, 2015

0

When a corporate counsel negotiate for a cross border transaction with a customer from an uncharted territory, it is important to understand the withholding tax (WHT) requirements of the customer’s residence country. In short, WHT is imposed on non-residents (seller) who has business dealings within a tax jurisdiction. The law will require the customer to […]

Permanent Establishment Risk

April 17, 2015

0

When one draft, review or negotiate for an international trade contract, as or for seller (or exporter), it is essential to have fundamental knowledge on local taxation, to minimize the risk of ‘permanent establishment’ (PE). In brief, when the seller is carrying on the business at another country, the latter tax regime may view the […]