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Valuable tax and VAT information in more than 150 countries

By Trine Agathe Lorentzen , 02-Oct-2017 15:16:56

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Worldwide Tax Summaries - Corporate Taxes 2017/2018 provides a practical and detailed overview of tax and VAT in more than 150 countries. You will also find tables of the relevant tax- and VAT rates. The guidance is a very practical tool for companies conducting their business cross-border, and require a simple overview of the legislation.  

The guidance contain information collected from local tax advisors in the PwC network throughout the world. It is updated with the latest changes in the tax legislation in the various countries. The digital version is regularly updated.

At our webpage you will find an updated digital version of the guidance, which may also be downloaded in a pdf-format.  


This blogpost is written by Lina Kliukaite Smorr and Simen Horne Stokka. 

Areas of interest: Corporate tax, VAT

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Trine Agathe Lorentzen

Trine Agathe Lorentzen

Jeg heter Trine Agathe Lorentzen og jobber som advokat i Advokatfirmaet PwC. Jeg jobber med skattespørsmål for næringslivet og har mer enn 16 års erfaring innenfor skatterett, selskapsrett og skatteforvaltning. Før jeg startet i PwC i 2005 jobbet jeg i Skatteetaten.

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My name is Trine Agathe Lorentzen and I work as a lawyer and partner in PwC Tax & Legal Services. I work with corporate tax issues and have more then 16 years of experience with tax law, company law and tax assessment law.

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