Davide Anghileri of the University of Lausanne discusses the EU’s tax blacklist, released December 5, which identifies 17 “non-cooperative jurisdictions” and warns many others that they could be listed in the future if they do follow through with commitments to improve specified aspects of their tax regimes . . .
Twenty countries have tax laws considered harmful preferential regimes, facilitating tax avoidance by multinationals and reducing the tax base of other countries, an OECD report released Monday revealed. The review, conducted by the OECD Forum on Harmful Tax Practices (FHTP), assessed countries’ tax laws against . . . .
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 . . .