2016: The Year of International Tax Conflict

The OECD aimed for tax harmony, but instead created more head-butting over transparency.

January 22, 2016
Emma Ogutu

Unless you’re a tax policy wonk, you could be forgiven for missing the big news this past October that the G20 and nearly 50 governments around the world agreed to a new set of global tax rules designed to modernize the corporate tax code…INC Magazine.

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