Brian Keegan: Is the mood for international corporate tax reform waning?

The OECD is trying to arrive at a consensus about the payment of corporate tax in the digital age, but some countries may risk going it alone

28th June, 2020
Brian Keegan: Is the mood for international corporate tax reform waning?
Is the momentum for international corporation tax reform as sponsored by the OECD on the wane?

International associations have not fared well during the Covid-19 pandemic. The EU's approach to tackling the crisis has been (to put it charitably) fragmented because it does not have a core role in health matters, and the G7 group of the world’s richest nations couldn't come up with a joint declaration on the emergency in March, apparently because Mike Pompeo, the US Secretary of State, insisted on referring to the coronavirus as the “Wuhan virus”....

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