Tag: Tax Competition

A Global Corporate Tax Rate in Vietnam: Challenges and Opportunities

and | 30 August 2022
Blog | Tags: Tax Competition, Tax Expenditures, Tax Incentives
Implementing a global minimum corporate tax rate will allow Vietnam to increase tax revenue from foreign enterprises, but at the same time put the country in front of new challenges. ... continue reading

Is the OECD/G20 International Corporate Tax Reform Fair?

| 26 November 2021
Blog, Fiscal | Tags: Corporate Tax, Developing Countries, Minimum Tax Rate, Tax Competition
On October 8th, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) announced that 136 countries have adopted its two-pillar proposal to reform the taxation of multinational enterprises (MNEs). Pillar One applies to MNEs with sales in excess of $20bn and profits over 10%. It shifts the ... continue reading

Get My Tax Base if You Can

| 25 June 2021
Blog, Fiscal | Tags: Developing Countries, Minimum Tax Rate, Tax Competition
The headlines from the G7 summit in Cornwall might suggest that the groundwork has just been laid for the most fundamental overhaul of the international tax regime in decades. The twin proposal accords additional taxing rights to states with large consumer markets and introduces a ... continue reading

Trade Implications of Tax Expenditures

, , , , and | 15 September 2020
Fiscal, Policy Briefs, Trade | Tags: Carbon Tax, Digitalization, Illicit Financial Flows, Tax Competition, Tax Expenditures
International trade and taxation are inextricably linked and have been high-priority issues within the Group of Twenty (G20) agenda. However, the interconnections between international trade and tax expenditures—that is, benefits granted through preferential tax treatment—have been overlooked. This brief calls for a better design of ... continue reading

International Economic Cooperation in Troubled Times: A Call for Strong Action by the G20

, , , , , , , and | 26 November 2018
Blog, Fiscal, Trade | Tags: Employment, G20, Investment, Protectionism, Services Trade, Tax Competition, Tax Expenditures
The leaders of the G20 will meet on 30 November and 1 December in Buenos Aires for their annual summit. They need to acknowledge that the last two years have been characterized by strong headwinds for the world economy. This time, however, it is not ... continue reading