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Global Tax Reform and International Action.

      The G8 promised in its “Lough Erne Declaration” to take the lead in promoting global tax. This hardline against tax avoidance is in part driven by glaring failure of multinational corporations from paying their fair share of taxes, by growing … Continue reading

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10 BROAD & DIVERSE TRADE UPDATES — Russian Sanctions, FATCA, Alien Tort Statute, FDI Report, Cyberespionage, Foreign Banks, MNC Tax, New USTR.

     A broad range of new trade actions from both the U.S. and EU have shown renewed interest in attacking long-standing problems and some newer ones. This has been driven in part by the continued global economic slowdown and renewed … Continue reading

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Corruption, Taxation, National Security, Investment, National Interests — Recent U.S. Trade Developments

               Recent developments concerning foreign corruption prosecutions, taxation of multinationals, national security reviews, and criticism of U.S. trade policy as being increasingly based on national interests and power politics remind me how really diverse the field of international trade relations is … Continue reading

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