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The global economy is slowing. Heightened global uncertainty regarding trade tensions Brexit, Yellow Vests and geopolitics are stifling growth. Against this backdrop, Irish companies are looking at Australia as a country to expand their business and raise capital. In Australia, the Australian Tax Office (ATO) is not only taking note of US tax reform, the EU Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive (ATAD) and mandatory or unilateral adoption of digital taxation but has adopted and enacted similar changes in respect of local legislations to enhance revenue share. Australia is a small economy and so the world matters.
Please join us to hear their insights into doing business in Australia, the Australian economic environment, including the tax and regulatory developments. Topics will include a discussion of the current Australian economic climate, what trends are driving tax at the Australian level as well as the ATO’s current approach and areas of focus for inbound investors.
Date: Monday 21st October, 8.00-9.00am. Registration from 730am
Location: EY Building, Harcourt Centre, 2 Harcourt St, Saint Kevin's, Dublin
RSVP: 14th October, 2019
Places are limited so please contact maryclare@
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