Thursday October 22, 2020

G8 to move on tax avoidance

New proposals on international tax reform will have serious implications for multinational corporations and the countries that accommodate them, writes Robert Shortt.

15th June, 2013
World leaders at the G8 summit last year: the ultimate goal is to put an end to bilateral tax treaties. Photo: Getty

The Centre for Tax Policy and Administration of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is tucked away in an unfashionable corner of Paris, just beyond the inner motorway, the Périphérique. But inside this anonymous block of corporate architecture, work is under way on a report which has the potential to shake the boardrooms of multinationals across the world.

"The change in the rules that we will be introducing is...

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