G7 leaders, in a joint declaration issued June 8, made a "commitment to establish binding mandatory arbitration to ensure that the risk of double taxation does not act as a barrier to cross-border trade and investment." The leaders also said they support work being done on binding arbitration as part of the OECD/G20 base erosion profit shifting (BEPS) project, and encouraged others . . .
UPDATE (6/9/2015): Christian Aid sounds alarm over G7 plan for mandatory tax arbitration: Christian Aid, on June 9, called the G7 leaders' expression of support for compulsory binding arbitration in multinational tax disputes "deeply troubling," stating . . .