Although many lower-income countries are working hard to tax multinational companies and wealthy individuals more effectively, they face an uphill struggle.
One reason is they need to cooperate with other countries, and the most widespread tools for doing so have been developed by higher-income countries. They don’t permit lower-income countries a fair share of the tax revenues from multinational companies’ profits, and they are complex to administer.
These problems have technical and political solutions.
Where do countries gain and lose the most? How can countries make better decisions about tax policy and administration? Can we redesign international tax standards to make them simpler and fairer?
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