The indirect tax landscape has continued to grow more complex across the Americas region. In the US, tax reform is high on the agenda of the new federal administration, with potentially far-reaching implications for cross-border dealings where indirect taxes are concerned. Meanwhile, in Latin America, pressure on tax authorities to boost collections and their increasingly sophisticated use of technology is transforming indirect tax compliance and the way companies and individuals interact with local tax authorities.
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