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MLI to create long-term uncertainty in tax planning

07 June 2017

Natalie Leonidou

The signing ceremony of the OECD multilateral instrument (MLI) is a big step towards implementing tax treaty-related BEPS recommendations, but the potential for governments to ‘cherry-pick’ treaty amendments risks long-term problems.



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