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The case for stronger tax risk management strategies

01 December 2013

David Franco, senior Latin America analyst at risk analysis company Maplecroft, explores the evolution of anti-avoidance measures in the region, explaining why multinationals must be prepared for greater scrutiny of their tax affairs in Latin American countries in a trend that follows what is happening in Europe and the US.



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