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  • The great US tax debate: Will the next president embrace reform?

    In a few weeks, the US will have a new president who may lead the way in passing tax reform proposals into law. But will change come quickly enough, and what should corporations expect? Amelia Schwanke provides an overview of the state of play and what is yet to come.


Features

  • Public audit scorecards: Why not?

    With tax authorities being granted more and more company data as transparency measures start to hit, Keith Brockman looks at how companies could scrutinise them.

  • Americas Tax and Transfer Pricing Awards 2016

    McDermott Will & Emery, the winner of the Americas Tax Firm of the Year, has shown the greatest strength in depth on both continents. The firm was honoured at the Americas Tax Awards in New York on September 15 2016. Deloitte were honoured as Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year.

  • Multinationals and the EC engulfed in state aid disputes

    The European Commission’s long-awaited state aid decision on tax rulings issued by Ireland to US-multinational Apple has created a political typhoon. It has invited an unprecedented response from all involved parties, with some hailing the decision as a victory and others criticising the tax charge as excessive or even unwarranted. Anjana Haines and Amelia Schwanke report on the recent developments.

  • Apple Q&A: Kennedy condemns Commmision’s decision

    The result of the European Commission’s investigation into Apple’s tax affairs has ruffled feathers on both sides of the Atlantic. Caroline Byrne sits down with Joe Kennedy to get a US perspective.

  • The driving force of Margrethe Vestager

    Margrethe Vestager is known for taking items out of her friends’ shopping baskets if she feels they are making the wrong decision. The EU Competition Commissioner is not short of opinions when it comes to the world’s most powerful companies either – routinely provoking disagreements with major corporations since becoming commissioner in 2014. Lena Angvik takes a look at the lady behind the state aid investigations.

  • Special features - October 2016

    Read this month's special feature on Mexico

  • Italy: The new Italian ‘White List’ – tax opportunities for foreign investors

    The Italian government updated the so-called "White List" to include a number of jurisdictions that were previously deemed uncooperative.

  • International updates - October 2016

    The latest international updates from our correspondents around the world.


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International Tax Review Profile

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International Tax Review Profile

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