NEW YORK, July 21, 2011—Thomson Reuters has released a new WorldTrade Executive (WTE) publication Canada Tax, Law & Business Briefing. The report details important tax developments and provides case studies and analysis from leading practitioners and senior executives to help corporations, investors, and advisors make informed investment decisions.
“The recent rebound in the Canadian mergers and acquisitions market, Canada’s general ‘open for business’ approach to foreign investment, and amendments to the Canada-U.S. Treaty have created challenges and opportunities for investors,” said Gary Brown, senior director of WTE, Thomson Reuters. “They need to be armed with in-depth knowledge to evaluate potential investment strategies. Our newest publication, Canada Tax, Law & Business Briefing, does exactly this.”
Among the important topics are:
- Issues arising from amendments to the Canada-U.S. Treaty, such as the impact on Canadian employees in the U.S. and anti-hybrid rules
- How the Treaty could impact Latin American investments in North America
- How changes in taxable Canadian property facilitate inbound investment
- Transfer pricing court appeals for Glaxo and Guarantee Fees rulings
- Canadian cross-border policies, rulings, and impacts
- New guidance on obtaining antitrust leniency
- Structuring mergers and acquisitions in Canada
- Canada and Europe trade negotiation
Contributors to the Canada Tax, Law & Business Briefing are leading attorneys from Gowling Lafleur Henderson; Baker & McKenzie; Borden Ladner Gervais; Stikeman Elliott; Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg; White & Case; Baker & Hostetler; Fasken Martineau DuMoulin; Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg; and others.
WorldTrade Executive, a Thomson Reuters brand, provides business, legal, and financial executives the advice they need to operate successfully in international markets. Leading executives from around the world rely on WTE’s newsletters, special reports, and consulting expertise to stay on top of tax, regulatory and economic developments affecting their firms and industries.
More information on WTE and the Canada Tax, Law & Business Briefing is available at http://www.wtexecutive.com and 978-287-0391.