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Corporate Tax

  • Tax – is Europe leading by example?

    As Europe slowly pulled itself out of the economic and financial crisis, European governments’ attention turned to focus, inter alia, on the need to conserve resources to boost Member States’ budgets and address perceived inequalities in the single market. Within this context – and driven by public and NGO concern – the spotlight turned on…

  • Tax transparency: a means to an end?

                      Today’s corporate tax rules are fiendishly complicated and both governments and businesses alike would benefit from a simpler, more transparent system. For decades, governments globally have aggressively courted foreign investment for its benefits in terms of future job creation and economic growth. Tax incentives are one…

  • Towards a Global Corporate Tax Overhaul

    At the G20 Summit on 15-16 November 2014 political leaders reiterated their determination to address base erosion and profit shifting by corporates, with the objective of re-establishing the integrity and fairness of international tax rules. Leaders made considerable progress in tackling harmful tax practices which will result in concrete changes of national tax systems in…

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