Employers are less likely than ever to stigmatize mental health issues as companies realize the extent of the problem and the toll it takes on productivity and business continuity. A recent study by the World Health Organization found that depression and anxiety cost the global economy a staggering $1 trillion per year.
In September 2018, Indian authorities ruled that a certain local supplier was providing marketing, sales-promotion and post-sales support services that could not be considered passive marketing activities. Many corporate groups doing business in India will need to reevaluate their indirect tax positions in light of the recent ruling.
Poland has experienced a remarkable economic boom in recent years and in September was promoted to Developed market status by FTSE Russell. Vistra’s Kenny Morgan explains why Poland is such a hot expansion target for multinationals and explores some of the opportunities and challenges it presents.
Hong Kong has joined the large and growing list of countries that have implemented new transfer pricing requirements. Here’s what you need to know.
Many multinationals operating in or considering expanding to the UK are concerned Brexit may make the region less attractive to employers. This post explores steps UK organizations can take to mitigate the short- and long-term effects of Brexit on their employees and their own organizations.
Despite opposition from business quarters and serious glitches during testing, France is moving ahead with a plan that will require employers to withhold income tax from employee paychecks starting in January 2019.
B2B e-services providers that sell to customers in Russia need to be aware of changes to Russia’s VAT rules, which take effect January 1. We tell you what businesses need to register, how to register and how to account for VAT in Russia.
The White House released a statement yesterday announcing the successful negotiation of the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, intended to replace NAFTA. Here are some of the significant changes people are talking about now.
The Trump administration imposed a third round of tariffs on Chinese goods, covering roughly $200 billion of imports from China. China retaliated with $60 billion of tariffs. We tell you if this is likely to be a prolonged battle and what US companies need to consider now.
China is clamping down on cryptocurrencies, trying to curb capital flows and possible money laundering, but it remains an active investor in blockchain technology.
We tell you what UK VAT payers can expect to face if the UK can’t reach an agreement with the EU about the terms of its exit.
The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation has been extended to three additional countries — Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, which are part of the European Economic Area (EEA). We tell you why it’s critical for multinationals not to overlook this regulatory change.