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April 2021
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by Michael Durst

The Biden Administration’s proposal On March 31, the Biden Administration proposed, as part of its “Made in America” tax proposals, a 21% minimum tax on affiliates of US-owned multinationals operating in countries around the world. Under the proposal, if a US-owned company operating in a foreign jurisdiction were to succeed, perhaps through avoidance devices or…

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May 2020
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by Alexander Ezenagu, Alexandra Readhead, Allison Christians, Anthony Kibirige, Catherine Ngina Mutava, Joy Ndubai, Lakshmi Narayanan, Michael Durst, Mustapha Ndajiwo & Sol Picciotto

The OECD secretariat recently proposed a “stock taking exercise” to “re-examine how international tax rules currently meet the needs of developing countries” leading potentially to a “new deal on international taxation as part of the international effort to rebuild economic life in the post Covid-19 era.” The OECD’s Pascal Saint-Amans has suggested that this may…

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January 2017
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by Michael Durst

Policy-makers in developing countries, when choosing a mix of fiscal instruments to govern a mining or oil-and-gas development, often face a dilemma. It’s a tug-of-war between tradition, as represented by a preference for royalties that are based on the gross value of extracted product, and economic theory, represented by the use of taxes based on…

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