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Global Corporate Taxation & Multinational Corporations — A Big Step for Reform in Moscow. (Not Really that Big.)

      Taxation and trade are intricately related. More effective taxation of cross-border transactions of multinational corporations is necessary to ensure growth of global trade and economic development. Here are some major points enunciated by the G-20 finance ministers in Moscow this week concerning global … Continue reading

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Global Tax Avoidance and Newer Trade Issues — Time for Greater Global Cooperation.

    Global tax avoidance by multinationals of various countries, especially those in the U.S. and the EU,  has become one of the hottest trade issues this year. This is the year that trade policy issues have become once again central to the foreign policy … Continue reading

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Diverse and Rapidly Changing Global Trade Landscape — Five Newer Developments.

             Important developments in international trade relations over the last two weeks show how diverse this field is and how quickly events unfurl. They include the following areas: global antitrust, international taxation (transfer-pricing), newer non-tariff barriers (general national economic regulation), the Russian Federation’s … Continue reading

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