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Awards and Surveys

  • December 2001

    World's leading tax advisers: Part 1 - Latin America: Revealed: who you think is the best

    December 01, 2001

    For the past two years, the results of International Tax Review's Latin America survey have yielded few surprises, with little movement in the ranking of firms. However, as this year's results show, the dynamics could be changing. Find out why. By Sharon Cunningham

  • September 2001

    EU takes centre stage

    September 01, 2001

    As increasing numbers of corporations operate on a pan-European basis, in-house tax departments and their advisers are looking to bodies such as the EU and OECD to make their work simpler. By Georgina Stanley

  • July 2001

    North America looks for long-term value

    July 01, 2001

    Globalization and changes in the economy are creating new opportunities for advisers and corporations in North America as long-term planning needs are reassessed. By Georgina Stanley

  • May 2001

    Asia's leading tax advisers

    May 01, 2001

    Over-complexity and over-simplicity are just two of the evils marring the sophistication of tax regimes in many Asian jurisdictions. The following article looks at how variety spices up the business of tax advice in Asia and provides the results of International Tax Review's survey into Asia's best advisers. By Sharon Cunningham

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