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Canada's vibrant and growing economy, highly educated workforce, infrastructure and proximity and cultural connections to the US, Asia, and Europe make Canada a highly desirable location for expanding your operations abroad. The Canadian government has several free trade agreements and favorable domestic immigration laws designed to facilitate foreign trade and investment, as well as R&D tax credits and innovation funding incentives.


The global tax landscape is evolving to account for electronic commerce and other technologies and to target perceived aggressive tax avoidance by multinationals.


As Europe’s largest economy, Germany offers a prime continental location, a qualified labor force, openness to foreign investment and relative economic stability, making it a popular international expansion choice for US-based companies.


Brazil is Latin America’s most populous country, with a growing economy and large middle class; it’s an attractive destination for businesses looking to expand internationally.


Running a multinational business is complicated, and maintaining global operations gets more complex over time. Regulations in every jurisdiction are rapidly changing, and related best practices are changing along with them.


The globalized economy presents new opportunities for growth, frequently requiring companies to send employees overseas on assignments. Sending key talent overseas can solve problems, but employers typically must navigate a common set of challenges, such as immigration status, in-country employment compliance, host and home country taxation, compensation planning and quality of life topics.


Radius indirect tax expert Nick Hart will take a deeper dive into VAT for US-headquartered companies to help ensure you’re not leaving money on the table. This advanced VAT webinar was developed for financial professionals with responsibility for overseas operations.


Italy is the third-largest economy in the Eurozone and eighth largest in the world, representing a significant international expansion opportunity. The country does, however, pose challenges for multinationals.