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OECD: Business survey; tax certainty to support G20 tax agenda

OECD: Business survey; support G20 tax agenda

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) today announced the launch of a “business survey” and invited businesses and other stakeholders to complete the survey and contribute their views on tax certainty.


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The OECD’s Business Survey is a consultation intended to support the G20’s future tax policy work. Leaders of the G20 countries have emphasized the benefits of tax certainty in promoting investment, trade, and balanced growth. Senior tax specialists are invited to participate in the survey and contribute their experience and views to support the development of practical and concrete policy options aimed at fostering certainty in the tax system. The survey will run from 18 October to 16 December 2016.

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