Published on 08 Oct 15
by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This presentation covers:
- general overview
- getting value from free trade agreements
- a closer look at KAFTA, JAEPA and ChAFTA
- taxation implications
- broader opportunities available to Australian businesses
- case studies.
Peter is a Partner and the National Leader of the Indirect Taxes group of PwC which incorporates GST, customs duties, international trade and employment taxes. He specialises in GST and customs duties and has advised local and international clients on GST issues since the introduction of the tax, and is widely recognised for his expertise and insight in his field. Further, Peter regularly contributes to the development of thinking and commercial practice on GST-related issues and is a lecturer with The Tax Institute.
- Current at
30 September 2015
Paul is a Senior Manager in the International Trade and Excise practice within PwC and has significant experience in customs and excise duties and international trade. Paul has conducted assignments on behalf of major multinational corporations, Australian companies and government in various industry sectors, including retail and consumer, agriculture, energy, utilities and mining. Assignments have involved advising clients on free trade optimisation, supply chain restructures, accessing custom duty concessional mechanisms, quarantine compliance, excise obligations and fuel
- Current at
30 June 2015