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Why the OECD should not widen permanent establishment definition

As many governments face significant financial deficits, taxpayers are seeing an increase in efforts by fiscal authorities to tax the activities of foreign companies in their jurisdiction. Expanding the definition of what is considered a permanent establishment of a foreign company is part of this trend.

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