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Archives: June 2020

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  • Crisis Recovery Tax Incentives Could Lead to BEPS 3.0

    International Tax Review

    By: Mattias Cruz Cano

    As countries provide incentives to attract foreign investment, the OECD may have to readdress the BEPS framework in the post-COVID future. 

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    By Mattias Cruz Cano, posted on Tuesday June 30, 2020
  • US Tariff Threats May Harm Alliance, EU Finance Ministers Say

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    By: Matt Thompson 

    The finance ministers of four European countries have written to the U.S. Treasury secretary, saying that threats by the U.S. to impose tariffs in response to national tax policies of other countries may affect future relationship with European countries.

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    By Matt Thompson , posted on Monday June 29, 2020
  • 4 Ways COVID-19 Could Impact Global Tax in the Long Term

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    By: Natalie Olivo

    The economic fallout from the novel coronavirus pandemic is likely to reverberate for years, shifting the international tax landscape as U.S. companies grapple with losses, legislation and other factors that could complicate planning, including intellectual property placement. 

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    By Natalie Olivo , posted on Thursday June 25, 2020
  • India’s Expanded Equalisation Levy Risks Scaring Away MNEs

    International Tax Review

    By: Mattias Cruz Cano

    India’s decision to expand the scope of the equalisation levy risks chasing away multinational enterprises (MNEs) at a time when the country is trying to revive the crisis-stricken economy. 

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    By Mattias Cruz Cano, posted on Wednesday June 24, 2020
  • Tax Authorities More Open to Audit Negotiation 

    International Tax Review

    By: Mattias Cruz Cano

    Some cash-strapped tax administrations are choosing to close audits and settle disputes instead of pursuing court battles, suggesting that collaboration will trump confrontation post-pandemic. 

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    By Mattias Cruz Cano, posted on Wednesday June 24, 2020
  • Report to Show Digital Tax Deal Near, OECD Official Says

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    By: Alex M. Parker

    The OECD should be able to unveil a solution in October on new digital taxation rules, showing that jurisdictions are close to an agreement despite recent hiccups.

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    By Alex M. Parker, posted on Wednesday June 24, 2020
  • Europeans vow to pursue digital tax plans after US ‘provocation’

    Financial Times

    By: Sam Fleming, Jim Brunsden, Chris Giles, and Victor Mallet

    The EU has defied the US by vowing to pursue its own plans for digital taxes after Washington pulled out of global negotiations on the matter and threatened to impose tariffs in retaliation against national levies. 

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    By Sam Fleming, Jim Brunsden, Chris Giles, and Victor Mallet, posted on Thursday June 18, 2020
  • U.S. Says OECD Talks on Digital Economy Have Hit an Impasse

    By:William Hoke

    The United States has told key European countries that OECD discussions regarding a global approach for taxing the digital economy have reached an impasse and that Washington won’t accept even interim changes affecting U.S. technology companies.

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    By William Hoke, posted on Thursday June 18, 2020
  • U.S. Trade Representative Calls for Broad WTO Reform

    By: Annagabriella Colon

    The United States has no plans to reverse its stance regarding the need for significant reform of the WTO, including a reset of tariff determinations, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said.

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    By Annagabriella Colon, posted on Thursday June 18, 2020
  • U.S. Withdrawal From Digital Talks Marks ‘Collective Failure’

    By: Elodie Lamer and Sarah Paez

    The United States’ decision to pull out of international negotiations on taxation of the digital economy has been met with dismay from European finance ministers.

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    By Elodie Lamer and Sarah Paez, posted on Friday June 19, 2020


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