WorldTrade Executive, a Thomson Reuters brand, has released its 2012 edition of Mexico Tax, Law and Business Briefing, a publication that helps corporate tax directors and counsel understand and navigate Mexico's complex, changing business landscape.
"For a corporation, the proper interpretation of tax provisions and finance laws is directly tied to its profitability," said Gary Brown, senior director of WorldTrade Executive, Thomson Reuters. "To help practitioners make informed financial decisions, our briefing includes new case studies, important changes to Mexico's legal requirements, and analysis from leading experts."
Mexico Tax, Law and Business Briefing examines key issues, such as Mexican tax audits, transfer pricing, business restructurings, flat tax, the impact of the US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act on Mexican institutions, duties on imports through the North American Free Trade Agreement, permanent establishment, withholding tax issues, and treaty abuse.
The briefing also addresses new provisions for government procurement, corporate workouts and debt collection, maquiladora and export services rules, energy reform, the new public-private partnership act, the need for pro forma invoices, and the use of non-compete agreements.
Contributors to the briefing include members of leading law and accounting firms and senior executives operating in the region, including BéndiksenLaw; PricewaterhouseCoopers; Cacheaux, Cavazos & Newton; Haynes and Boone; Chevez, Ruiz, Zamarripa y Cia.; and López Velarde, Heftye y Soria.
More information on Mexico Tax, Law and Business Briefing is available at http://www.wtexecutive.com. See also the briefing's table of contents.
WorldTrade Executive also publishes the authoritative Latin American Law & Business Report, Practical Mexican Tax Strategies, and Practical Latin American Tax Strategies.