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A new "toolkit" which considers how developing nations can address a lack of comparables in transfer pricing, released jointly by the UN, OECD, IMF, and World Bank Group last June, reaffirms that the arm's length approach can work for all nations but is also an imperfect, "not scientifically pure," document, a UN official said July 18. Michael Lennard . . .
The United States has so far put in place 11 bilateral competent authority arrangements for the automatic exchange of country-by-country reports, the OECD reported a June 22 release. The US now has . . .
The OECD announced June 9 that Botswana has joined the “Inclusive Framework on BEPS,” becoming the framework's 99th member. The . . .
The OECD today announced that Djibouti has pledged to work alongside other nations on the continuing the work of the OECD/G20 base erosion profit . . .
Hong Kong has agreed to automatic exchange of financial account information in tax matters with the governments of South . . .
Singapore and Ghana have signed tax treaty, the Inland Revenue Authority of . . .
The Mauritius Revenue Authority has advised that Mauritius has signed tax treaties . . .
A tax treaty was signed by Jersey and Mauritius government officials today, according to a government of Jersey . . .
Dr. E. Brincker of Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr, Johannesburg, discusses international tax proposals in the South Africa budget, delivered February 22, that will affect multinational corporations . . .
Ireland has concluded negotiations for a new tax treaty with Oman and expects the treaty to be signed shortly, Irish Revenue . . .
Davide Anghileri of the University of Lausanne writes about new guidance issued by the South African Revenue Service that identifies taxes that are similar to income taxes and thus qualify for tax treaty relief . . .
In an effort to provide their tax administrations with tools to combat corporate tax avoidance through transfer pricing, officials from 7 more countries have signed an agreement setting out the parameters for automatic exchange of country-by-country reports on large . . .
The US Treasury Department has updated its FATCA website, reporting that a FATCA IGA signed by the US and Algeria entered . . .