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  • Dispute resolution: OECD collaboration

    The tax treaty dispute resolution process is a critical and significant issue for multinational organisations and the OECD, which has invited taxpayers to be an integral part of the oversight process.

  • The importance of working together

    International Tax Review’s Leading Women in Tax Forum in London shone a spotlight on how building inclusive teams, empowering others and using your network can create an environment where everyone can thrive. Anjana Haines shares some highlights from the day’s discussions.

  • How leaders communicate tax to the non-tax world

    A key role of heads of tax in large organisations is to be the ‘ambassador’ for tax, raising its profile and providing advice around opportunities and risks, writes Sandy Markwick, head of the Tax Director Network at Winmark. Being effective in this capacity requires advanced communications skills.

  • TP: Employees trigger value creation within MNEs

    Gautier Ciresa, transfer pricing manager at Technicolor, explains why employees are the true indicator of value creation within MNEs and how to determine their impact in a transfer pricing analysis.

  • The end of the US inversion boom

    Danaher Corporation’s Jim Ditkoff talks to International Tax Review about what the end of the inversion era means for US businesses.

  • Special features - September 2018

    Read this month's special features on VAT and Malta

  • Taxation of the digital economy – is it even worth it?

    I don’t know if it is because of my age, or not using social media much, or because I have spent more than 30 years advising companies that actually manufacture physical goods and sell them to customers, but I don’t really understand the current enthusiasm on the part of the OECD, the EU and governments to investigate ways to change the taxation of the ‘digitalised’ economy.

  • International updates - September 2018

    The latest international updates from our correspondents around the world.


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