OECD proposes major changes to international corporate tax rules

The OECD has proposed a major set of changes to international corporate tax rules, in an effort to combat the common practice of moving profits to low tax jurisdictions.

16th September, 2014
OECD headquarters in Paris

The OECD has proposed a major set of changes to international corporate tax rules, in an effort to combat the common practice of moving profits to low tax jurisdictions.

The proposals, published today, mark the first steps in a co-ordinated international approach to combat tax avoidance and create a single set of international tax rules.

The measures will be proposed to a meeting of the G20 finance ministers in Australia this week.

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