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Treasury official: US tax reform efforts must be informed by international fight against base erosionAppearing at the recent GW/IRS Insititute on Current Issues in International Taxation, Treasury Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Tax Affairs Manal Corwin said efforts to US international tax rules must take place within the context of global efforts to combat base erosion. She said in particular that the OECD project on base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) would "inform the conversation."
For complete coverage of Corwin's remarks, go here. (Subscription required.)
For coverage of Shay's remarks, go here.
The Daily Tax Report story on the statement may be found here.
The joint statement may be found here.
To read Durst's viewpoint, click here.
The full text of Gauke's presentation is now available.
- In a Tax Notes special report, University of Southern California Gould School of Law Professor Edward D. Kleinbard examines the tax consequences and policy implications of the phenomenon of "stateless income" -- income that is derived for tax purposes by a multinational group from business activities in a country other than the domicile of the group's ultimate parent company but that is subject to tax only in a jurisdiction that is neither the source of the production factors through which it was derived nor the domicile of the group's parent company.
The event featured prominent US and UK international tax policy experts -- from the private sector, academia, and government -- assessing the applicability of the UK reforms to the US situation.
To view the video, please go to: http://www.aei.org/events/2012/09/27/uk-tax-reform-a-road-map-for-the-us/
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