Capital gains form part of taxable income.
Inter-company dividends between residents are exempt from CIT (see the Withholding taxes section for more information).
Gross dividend income received by a resident company from a non-resident enterprise is subject to CIT. A foreign tax credit for taxes paid on these dividends is allowed for deduction from the CIT. The maximum amount of the foreign tax credit is the CIT liability with respect to that dividend income.
Designated passive income (such as interest, royalties, and rent) forms part of taxable income.
Resident entities are taxed on their worldwide income, and tax credits are available for foreign taxes incurred. Foreign income is taxable in the period it is earned; there is no provision allowing tax to be deferred on the income earned overseas.