The OECD's tax profile has rocketed this year because of the work it has done for the G20 countries on dealing with non-cooperative jurisdictions. However, many professionals believe the organisation is not inclusive enough, moves too slowly and is powerless to make countries follow its guidance. Joanna Faith finds out whether its time for a new way to set international tax standards
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