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Features

  • Tax talent: Developing a great team

    While it may be difficult to change some of the individuals in your team, Keith Brockman believes it is possible to develop their skills in areas essential to future success, such as negotiation and leadership.

  • Asia Tax Forum 2016 - the full story

    It was difficult to escape the overhang of BEPS at International Tax Review's Asia Tax Forum in Singapore this year.

  • Asia Tax Awards 2016

    The official with ultimate responsibility for the introduction of goods and services tax (GST) in Malaysia won the award for Asia Tax Commissioner of the Year at International Tax Review’s Asia Tax Awards in Singapore on May 5.

  • Tax haven or …Tax hell?

    The release of the Panama Papers intensified pressure on David Cameron in the lead-up to a major anti-corruption conference in London. In anticipation of the conference, Oxfam released a letter – signed by more than 300 economists – hoping to put pressure on the UK Prime Minister to start the process of eradicating tax havens. Here, we publish Oxfam’s letter in full, as well as an opposing view from leading academic and former tax adviser Richard Teather.

  • Q&A with RELX Group

    Paul Morton, global head of group tax at RELX Group (previously known as Reed Elsevier), the UK-Dutch professional information and analytics business, talks to Amelia Schwanke about his role and the desired qualities of a tax professional. Before joining RELX Group, Morton was head of tax at Royal Dutch Shell, an energy and petrochemical group. He joined Shell from KPMG in 1989 and originally trained as a tax inspector in the Inland Revenue. With a wealth of international tax experience and knowledge, Morton highlights the challenges in taxing digital services and why he hopes a focus on anti-avoidance won’t lessen the importance of cooperative compliance.

  • Special features - June 2016

    Read this month's special features on Mexico and Intangibles

  • Dutch ruling could open fiscal unity to non-EU parents

    Heico Reinoud and Kuba Grabarz examine how a recent Court of Appeal judgment affects the way multinational companies can use advantageous Dutch fiscal unity rules.

  • Revised India-Mauritius treaty ends decade-long tax debate

    The long-awaited protocol to amend the India-Mauritius tax treaty has finally been enacted. Amelia Schwanke investigates the new measures for the tax treatment investors can expect from the amended treaty.


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International Tax Review Profile

Better tax regulations will reduce inequality and help tax administrations to fight evasion @PSaintAmans #OECDred https://t.co/A8ID1tiVie

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International Tax Review Profile

"As we like to say here @OECD, this year and next year is about implementation, implementation!" - @A_Gurria

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International Tax Review Profile

@A_Gurria opens #OECDForum with a call for policy makers to adopt a more productive approach to inequality & growth https://t.co/YS92PtOR48

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International Tax Review Profile

Outstanding Year Once Again for Baker & McKenzie at ITR’s European Tax Awards https://t.co/OUwJeN936b

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International Tax Review Profile

RT @batho138: EY SA wins @IntlTaxReview SA Transfer Pricing firm of the year award. @EY_Africa #BuildingABetterWorkingWorld

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