“Special Administrative Measures for Foreign Investment Access (Negative List) (2019 Edition)” and the “Special Administrative Measures for Foreign Investment Access in Pilot Free Trade Zones (Negative List) (2019 Edition)” was promulgated recently and will enter into force since July 30, 2019.
On May 2, 2019, Title III of the Helms-Burton Act came into force, governing the possibility for U.S. citizens affected by the expropriation of properties due to the Cuban revolutionary process to take legal action to claim compensation from the people who traffic in them. The U.S. International Claims Settlement Registry has identified some 6,000 potential claims. In this scenario, it is key to know the duties of information and relationship with the European Union that can be demanded of the addressees of such claims; as well as to plan in advance the reactive judicial measures that may be initiated in the EU to neutralize or mitigate the effects that these procedures may have for individuals and companies from the EU Member States.
To the retail operators, administrative penalty imposed on price cheating is one of the most common administrative penalties they would face in their daily operation. Price Cheating, as provided in the Pricing Law of the People's Republic of China (the “PRC”) and Regulations on Prevention of Price Cheating, refers to the act of a business operator cheating or misleading consumers or other business operators to trade with him in a false or misleading pricing form or with a false or misleading method.
Combatting tax abuse by making regulations stricter has become a permanent feature of changes in legislation that traditionally apply to taxpayers from the beginning of a new year. This is the purpose behind the introduction, starting from 2019, of the obligation (applying to both legal/advisory financial businesses and their clients) to report tax arrangements (known as the Mandatory Disclosure Rules or MDR) and the change in accounting for withholding tax (WHT) based on preferential rates, consisting in introducing the obligation to recover this tax after it has been paid. The introduction of the so-called exit tax, in turn, is to discourage taxpayers from transferring their businesses outside Poland.
Its aim is to enhance development and competitiveness of start-ups. P.S.A. as legal form easy to incorporate, run and dissolute is among others dedicated to small technological firms demanding freedom and flexibility in running business. Incorporation and running of P.S.A. is to be simpler, faster and cheaper than other companies.
The Spanish government has adopted a range of contingency measures to prepare for the event of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union without an agreement on March 30, 2019. They are temporary measures approved through Royal Decree-Law 5/2019, of March 1, 2019. In this article we discuss the ones relating to employment and social security, to judicial cooperation in civil and commercial matters, to financial services, and to customs.
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has rendered two judgments that bring significant elements for interpreting the Parent Subsidiary Directive (PSD) and the Royalties and Interest Directive (RID). Both judgments were rendered on February 26, in joined cases C-116/16 and C-117/16 and joined cases C-115/16, C-118/16, C-119/16 and C- 299/16.
Recent amendments to the urban lease regime set forth limitations as regards duration and extension of commercial leases, as well as on termination by the lessor, bringing back a higher level of regulation to the rental market with the objective of protecting tenants.