KPMG’s ‘2017 Asia Pacific indirect tax guide’ is a summary of the indirect tax regimes in the Asia Pacific region
Asia Pacific is a dynamic and diverse region of increasing importance to world trade. That diversity is reflected in the indirect tax regimes and their local application across the region. For businesses seeking to operate across the region, it can be a significant challenge to establish tax-efficient supply chains and ensure compliance with a variety of local requirements.
The 2017 Asia Pacific indirect tax guide includes a summary of the indirect tax regimes and compliance administrative issues in the Asia Pacific region. The countries and jurisdictions featured in this edition of the guide include:
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