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  • Global Tax 50 2016

    Now in its sixth year, International Tax Review’s Global Tax 50 provides a rundown of the most influential individuals, organisations and geopolitical events in the tax world. Anjana Haines introduces this year's Global Tax 50 2016.


Features

  • The Brockman brief: Tax policy: The time to speak is now

    Many interested parties are voicing their opinions on the evolving international tax policies that have emerged since the OECD’s BEPS Project was launched, but the voice of corporations is missing from the discussions. Keith Brockman highlights the need for reasoned opinions that go beyond casual conversations.

  • EU CCCTB: The potential successes and challenges

    The European Commission re-launched its proposal to introduce a common consolidated corporate tax base (CCCTB) on October 25 2016, with the aim of creating a level playing field for multinationals in Europe and creating a simple and pro-business tax environment. Sandy Bhogal, head of tax in London, and Kitty Swanson, associate, of law firm Mayer Brown give their opinion on the plan and whether this attempt may succeed.

  • Turning tax policy into reality – Global tax transparency goes live

    Tax transparency is a cornerstone of the global tax agenda and it is now at a critical moment as the universal policy consensus moves to global implementation. Achim Pross, Philip Kerfs, Paul Hondius of the OECD and Radhanath Housden of the Global Forum take stock of the progress made so far on offshore tax evasion, country-by-country reporting (CbCR) and the exchange of information on tax rulings and provide insights into the steps ahead.

  • Special features - December 2016

    Read this month's special features on Germany, Brexit and Mexico

  • GCC VAT: Initial steps towards implementation

    The introduction of VAT in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states marks the start of some of the most far-reaching changes in the region since the 1960s. Therefore, this change should not be taken lightly by any business operating in the region. Justin Whitehouse, Middle East indirect tax leader, and Tuulia Nurmi, manager of indirect tax at Deloitte Middle East, discusses how companies can successfully prepare for the tax.

  • International updates - December 2016 / January 2017

    The latest international updates from our correspondents around the world.


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International Correspondents


International Tax Review Profile

@martinhearson It appears as though they all do. Wouldn't you agree?

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China's tax burden below world average, official claims. China Daily reports: https://t.co/bXFyz6wDI2

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Singapore has released 2 revised GST guides for businesses https://t.co/9PgKgvZuKM and https://t.co/IS1NIAM6pU

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Could the UK's desire to keep a soft border with Ireland (alternative is politically very difficult) keep it inside… https://t.co/n9J2G9b0QY

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Estonia's 14% tax rate for mature companies is likely take effect in 2018, says The Baltic Course https://t.co/qSiG8yV4h0

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