Territorial tax systems in Europe, 2021

In a territorial tax system, multinational companies mainly pay taxes to the countries in which they are physically located and earn their income. This means that territorial tax regimes generally do not tax corporate income in foreign countries. On the flip side, a global tax system, such as the system …

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Veteran crosses Las Cruces to cross US-Mexico border

LAS CRUCES – US Marine Corps veteran Ramon Castro’s trip along the US-Mexico border led him to speak in Las Cruces on Sunday in support of the repatriation of deported veterans. Castro walked across the California and Arizona borders with Mexico as part of the inaugural ‘Walk the Line’ which …

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Biden’s crackdown on disinformation highlights partisan divide over content reform

Pressure from the Biden administration to eliminate COVID-19 disinformation online highlights calls for Section 230 reform, while further highlighting the deep partisan divide between lawmakers’ approaches to change the law that provides technology companies a shield of responsibility. Critical comments against Facebook made by President BidenJoe BidenKentucky lawmaker comes under …

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Repatriation flights considered for Afghan translators who have worked with Australian troops

Australia plans to send repatriation flights to Afghanistan to evacuate Afghan nationals who worked closely with Australian forces during the decades-long conflict. Key points: Scott Morrison says he thinks Australians would support repatriation flights 252 Afghan nationals and their families were airlifted to Australia Prime Minister said Australian officials will …

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New Low Cost Electrical Contact Material for Thermoelectric Devices – India Education | Latest Education News | Global education news

Researchers have developed a new low-cost electrical contact material for thermoelectric devices that is stable at high temperatures. The thermoelectric material can generate electricity by using a temperature difference between its two faces. The thermoelectric device can also function as a small heat pump, moving heat from one side of …

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Government provides $ 7 million in marketing subsidies

The federal government has awarded 15 Australian manufacturers a total of $ 7.1 million to help them bring products to market, with NSW projects accounting for nearly half of the initiatives funded. Projects have received grants of up to $ 1 million on a co-funding basis, with government funding representing …

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