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A further three countries have committed to participate in international base erosion and profit shifting discussions and implement minimum standards, under the OECD's new "inclusive framework" for countries. Read Full Story
The Australian Government has announced that a new double tax agreement with Germany is now in force, replacing the previous 1972 treaty. Read Full Story
The International Chamber of Commerce has welcomed the French Constitutional Court's ruling that struck down as unconstitutional a French law requiring public disclosure of country-by-country reports. Read Full Story
The UK Government has published draft guidance on the application of the hybrid mismatch legislation introduced in Budget 2016, which is due to take effect on January 1, 2017. Read Full Story
In its latest economic survey, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has concurred with previous comments by the European Commission and International Monetary Fund and recommended increased Italian property taxation. Read Full Story
Australia has failed to make substantial and crucial changes to its tax system, the OECD said, noting its previous recommendation for a major shift in the tax mix. Read Full Story
The Swiss Federal Council has approved plans to revise the Tax Administrative Assistance Ordinance, to provide for the spontaneous exchange of information. Read Full Story
The OECD has voiced support for the Irish Government's pledge to reduce the Universal Social Charge. Read Full Story
Ukraine has committed to participate in international base erosion and profit shifting discussions from the start of next year, under the OECD's new "inclusive framework" for countries. Read Full Story
Multinationals operating in Switzerland could be required to draw up country-by-country reports from the 2018 tax year if the Swiss Parliament approves new proposals put forward by the Federal Council. Read Full Story
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