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Russia suspended 38 tax treaties in response to the EU blacklisting the country after the 2022 invasion of Ukraine.
Russia will further its own economic isolation by suspending tax treaties with former allies, but this is part of Putin’s long-term mission.
Impacted countries include many EU member states, as well as Australia, Japan, South Korea, the US and some low-tax jurisdictions.
New South Wales bans PwC Australia from new government contracts on tax work, while Switzerland prepares for a referendum on a minimum corporate tax rate.