Mostafa Hosni

International Tax Partner

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who is MOSTAFA HOSNI​?

Mostafa Hosni is a chartered accountant and auditor with more than 14 years of experience in electronic systems auditing by testing existing systems and their effectiveness in achieving the facility’s policies and the safety of its operation of the data it receives. Hosni worked for a long time in the Emirate of Dubai, specializing in electronic audit work for a group of different companies as a consultant. Mohamed Hosni holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in 2006 and holds a postgraduate diploma in Accounting and Auditing, Faculty of Commerce, Ain Shams University in 2013, and holds a tax agent in the United Arab Emirates in 2019.

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Interpersonal Neutral Pricing and its Relationship to International Taxes (Part I)

Explanation of a practical example of the principle of symmetry and comparability

Interpersonal Neutral Pricing and its Relationship to International Taxes (Part II)

Commentary on the Principle of Similarity and Comparability between Related Persons and Independent Persons

Explanation of neutral pricing methods

Explanation of Neutral Pricing Methods from Neutral Pricing Guidelines

Non-Double Taxation Agreements and Multilateral Agreement

The evolution of non-double taxation agreements from bilateral agreements to multilateral agreements and an explanation of the contents of the basic agreements

The Neutral Price between Related Persons and Its Relationship to International Taxes (Part I)

Important Definitions on Interpersonal Pricing Related to International Taxes and OECD Updates Based on Action No. 13

The Neutral Price between Related Persons and Its Relationship to International Taxes (Part II)

Reasons for following the principle of neutral price in Egypt and practical cases that show the importance of applying the principle of neutral price and the steps to be followed in determining the method of neutral price

Definition of international taxation and the reasons for its inception

The reasons for the emergence of the term international tax and its development through passing through several stages, starting with non-double taxation agreements and ending with multilateral agreements and important definitions related to the subject of international taxes

Multilateral agreements and their relationship to international taxation

Introduction to multilateral agreements, reasons for moving from dual agreements to multilateral agreements, and the role of the G-20 and OECD in creating a new global tax system

Defining the digital economy and its impact on international taxes

The growth of the digital economy in the recent period has greatly affected the development of taxes between countries and the need to update special double agreements after double taxation, which led to the emergence of the term international tax