Companies prepare to meet new global tax rules – survey

October 6, 2015
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Big companies are planning to overhaul their tax arrangements to comply with proposals for new global tax rules even before they become legally enforceable, according to a Thomson Reuters-Euromoney survey of 180 tax professionals across 35 countries. For full article please visit Thomson Reuters. 

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