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It comes after a decree which introduced a qualified domestic minimum top-up tax last year
Pillar one presents a bigger challenge technically and politically than pillar two, Barbara Angus argues
Resources needed to manage new compliance and financial reporting requirements will be significant, BDO also said
One partner believes pillar two legislation will come, while another tells ITR it depends on the country’s future political makeup
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