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International Tax Review World Tax

World Tax, published by International Tax Review, is the guide to the world's leading tax law and accounting practices. Based on external research with advisers and clients by specialist tax journalists, World Tax is the foremost publication of its kind to focus on the leading firms for tax advice around the world. The guide has grown to cover more than 70 jurisdictions.







Yearbooks

Yearbooks

Browse the Yearbooks section of our store to find specialist books on a wide range of topics:
Leasing & Asset Finance, Project Finance, Transfer Pricing and many more.

Our books are written by leading independent industry experts and many of our books include comprehensive industry directories.

International Tax Review Profile

RT @RobinHoodTaxUK: Thanks ITR! Down to the hard work of our French family at @oxfamfrance @CoalitionPLUS and more! https://t.co/VESIeDgJZy

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International Tax Review Profile

Macron has pledged to introduce a Robin Hood Tax. Quite the coup for @RobinHoodTaxUK https://t.co/R6gJGLo0xj

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International Tax Review Profile

Are the oil giants really getting behind a carbon tax, or is it just PR? Answers on a recycles postcard please https://t.co/R2VNqnKDbS

Jun 22 2017 08:45 ·  reply ·  retweet ·  favourite
International Tax Review Profile

Jonathan Riley, head of tax @GrantThorntonUK, says "Government can help further strengthen our export culture through business tax relief"

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International Tax Review Profile

The UK's #QueensSpeech, in which the Government sets out its policies for the next Parliament contains scant detail on taxation measures.

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