International tax: current developments and implications for your business

International tax: developments and implications

Now is the time for senior executives and board rooms to take a greater interest in how the international taxation debate is progressing and to ascertain how their organisations may be impacted. This publication provides a checklist for senior executives and non-executive directors to consider when thinking through the developments.

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