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  • International Tax Review at 25: What has changed in a quarter of a century

    Tax has changed dramatically since the first issue of International Tax Review came out in November 1989. Using a selection of articles – one from each year – Ralph Cunningham and Matthew Gilleard assess how many of those changes have been reflected in the publication over the past 25 years.


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  • China streamlines taxpayer services

    China has been accelerating its fiscal and tax reforms in recent years. The central government is keen to establish a healthy fiscal and tax system to help optimise allocation of resources, establish a fair market playground, and ultimately achieve prosperity of the nation. Wang Jun, Minister of Taxation of the People's Republic of China, outlines how the government is achieving this.

  • Digital goods enter the 21st century of taxation

    Richard Asquith, VP of Global Tax Compliance at Avalara, explains upcoming changes to European Union VAT rules and how they will affect digital service providers from January 1 2015. The changes are contained within article 58 2006/122/EC of the EU VAT Directive and all 28 member states are in the process of ratifying the changes through local VAT legislation.

  • What businesses should know about Europe’s CCCTB

    The European Commission announced its directive proposal for a common consolidated corporate tax base (CCCTB) more than three and a half years ago, on March 16 2011. Andreas Eggert discusses how the proposal has developed since then.

  • Special features - November 2014

    Read this month's special features on Singapore IP, GCC, Tax technology and Mexican energy reform

  • France asserts PE in commissionaire structures again

    Eric Meier and Ariane Calloud, of Baker & McKenzie, analyse a recent case about potential permanent establishment of a French entity operating under a commissionaire arrangement with its Swiss principal.


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International Tax Review Profile

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International Correspondents

After the Irish budget, what would make you more likely to put more substance into Ireland?