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A patchwork of partial agreements pertaining to specific types of transactions likely would not attract international consensus on restructuring the international tax system, according to a U.S. Treasury official.
By Jennifer McLoughlin
Roiled international relationships aren’t disturbing the existing relationships between tax administrators in different countries, according to two top IRS enforcement officials.
By Nathan J. Richman
A reported Israeli plan for a digital services tax could provide a sounder basis for taxing multinational groups than previous attempts that relied on permanent establishment arguments or claims the groups are subject to VAT.
By William Hoke
French President Emmanuel Macron announced tax cuts for middle-class workers and plans for a more representative parliament Thursday as part of a promised response to the weekly yellow vest protests that damaged his presidency.
By Sylvie Corbet and Lori Hinnant
For a long time, Ireland has used taxes to aggressively attract incoming investment. Now this strategy is being questioned.
By Aidan Regan
Neither territoriality nor freedom of establishment require an exemption from the United Kingdom’s controlled foreign company regime for intragroup financing profit when the significant people functions take place domestically, according to the European Commission.
By Ryan Finley
An opportunity to reallocate global taxing rights and introduce a minimum corporate tax rate is upon us, and it may be the OECD’s last chance to prove itself, according to the Tax Justice Network.
By Amanda Athanasiou
An appeals court has upheld a 2017 decision by a lower court that Google Ireland Ltd. did not have a permanent establishment in France based on activities performed by Google France.
By William Hoke
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