Participants in the consultation on the UN secretary-general’s report into international tax cooperation are divided – some believe UN-led structures are the way forward, while others want to improve existing ones. Ralph Cunningham reports.
In some cases because of pressure from jurisdictions and organisations outside the region, Asian countries have put taxpayers on notice that they intend to focus more resources on anti-avoidance. Ralph Cunningham reports.
Two months since EU political agreement on pillar two and few member states have made progress on new national laws, but the arrival of OECD technical guidance should quicken the pace. Ralph Cunningham reports.
Sophie Chatel, head of the OECD’s tax treaties unit, Liz Chien, vice-president of global tax for Ripple Labs, and Conrad Turley, of KPMG, set out their arguments for the right way to tax digital businesses.
BEPS may have been first among the topics for discussion at International Tax Review’s Asia Tax Forum, but it was not the only subject on the list. As Ralph Cunningham reports, panellists and delegates were also keen to discuss issues such as anti-avoidance, dispute resolution and tax incentives in their own countries and elsewhere.