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Canadian public companies must disclose contingent tax liabilities after Federal Court’s BP ruling

After a Federal Court of Canada (FCC) ruling, publicly-listed companies could have to disclose technical analyses of their contingent reserves for potential tax liabilities, leading to fears the information could be used by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) to challenge businesses’ tax returns.

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