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How taxpayers should manage their global disputes

International Tax Review has produced tax disputes reference guides for 26 countries. The guides look at how multinationals can avoid and manage tax disputes in each jurisdiction as well as offering insight about the future litigation strategies of individual tax authorities.

Managing tax disputes in Argentina

What Australian taxpayers should know about the ATO's future strategy

Managing a tax dispute in Belgium

How to manage a Brazilian tax dispute

Coping with tax controversy in Canada

Dealing with tax disputes in Chile

Dealing with the State Administration of Taxation in Chinese disputes

Managing tax disputes in Colombia

Managing tax disputes in Denmark

How to survive a French tax dispute

How to avoid a German tax dispute

Managing tax disputes in Hong Kong

Tax directors' guide to surviving an Indian tax audit

How to manage an Irish tax dispute

How to manage tax disputes in Italy

Managing tax disputes in Japan

How to avoid a Mexican tax dispute

How to manage tax disputes in the Netherlands

Managing tax disputes in New Zealand

How to manage a tax dispute in Portugal

How to manage a Russian tax dispute

How to avoid a tax dispute in Singapore

What taxpayers should know about South Africa's litigation strategy

Tax dispute resolution options in Turkey

Taxpayers' guide to UK disputes and HMRC's litigation strategy

Former IRS chief counsel tells taxpayers what to expect in tax litigation

Ten ways to avoid tax disputes in Vietnam

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