Teamwork central to Telefônica’s tax compliance in Brazil
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Teamwork central to Telefônica’s tax compliance in Brazil

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Vasco Gruber Franco is head of tax for the Telefônica group in Brazil. He previously worked on the advisory side at Arthur Andersen, and has held other in-house roles at DuPont and Philip Morris. Here, he talks to Matthew Gilleard about heading up a tax department in Brazil.

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