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The new International Tax Review website is now live

The new includes a new publication and organises information in a clearer, logical way.

The new International Tax Review website, which went live today, separates articles according to practice area – corporate tax, indirect tax, tax disputes and transfer pricing.

If you want to find out what we have published on any particular country, you can do that, too. The news by jurisdiction pages ensure that you can follow the development of an issue in any country easily and quickly.

The new online-only publication that is also part of the new website, is called Tax Disputes Week and covers all aspects of tax dispute resolution, not just litigation. A feature of the publication is the case database which will include details of every case referred to in the new publication.

The search facility on the new website allows you to search by time period and relevance, article type and country. When you search the case database, you can look according to fields, time period, court or tribunal and document type, for example, opinion or judgment.

Along with all of this, you have a magazine archive going back to the December 1997/January 1998 issue and weekly e-mails to keep you in touch with the latest news and analysis in tax.

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Hanno Berger was originally handed an eight-year sentence over an estimated $11 billion tax fraud; while in other news, France calls for minimum tax on the super-rich
Amount B is meant to increase simplicity and reduce uncertainty, but US TP specialists claim it may lead to controversy
Tax Foundation economist Alan Cole also signalled that pillar two has a 'considerable chance' of failing
The Labour Party is working hard to convince business that it will bring stability to tax policy if it wins the next UK general election. But it will be impossible to avoid creating winners and losers
Burrowes had initially been parachuted into the role last summer to navigate the fallout from the firm’s tax leaks scandal
Barbara Voskamp is bullish on hiring local talent to boost DLA Piper’s Singapore practice, and argues that ‘big four’ accountants suffer from a stifled creativity
Chris Jordan also said that nations have a duty to scrutinise the partnership structures of major firms, while, in other news, a number of tax teams expanded their benches
KPMG has exclusive access to the tool for three years in the UK, giving it an edge over ‘big four’ rivals
But the US tax agency’s advice is consistent with OECD guidance and shouldn’t surprise anyone, other experts tell ITR
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