Fourth plenary meeting of the OECD Task Force on Tax and Development
'Fostering Growth and Securing Revenues in a Rapidly Changing World'
30-31 October • Seoul, Korea
The next decade will witness some key opportunities and challenges in the field of tax and development. In this context, the OECD’s Task Force on Tax and Development met in Seoul, Korea, on 30-31 October 2013 aiming to:
- Assess the opportunities and challenges facing the tax and development community in the next decade;
- Take stock of where the Task Force is helping and plan future action for the Task Force.
Governments, international and regional organisations, civil society and business representatives reviewed progress made since the previous meeting in South Africa in 2012 and explored further ways to help developing countries better mobilise their domestic resources.
Read the Co-Chairs' Statement and the Meeting Outcomes.
Day 1 - 30 October 2013
Session I: Welcome and Introductions
Session II: Base Erosion and Profit Shifting and developing countries
Session III: Transparency of Multinational Enterprise Reporting
Session IV: Tax Inspectors Without Borders (TIWB)
Day 2 - 31 October 2013
Session V: Building Transfer Pricing Capacity
Session VI: Transparency, Exchange of information and Addressing Tax Evatsion & Illicit Financial Flows
- Issue A: Transparency and Exchange of Information on Request
- Issue B: Transparency and Automatic Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes
- Issue C: Transparency and Exchange of Information: the relationship with Illicit financial flows
Session VII: Tax Policy – Natural Resource Taxation, Tax incentives and Evidence-Based Policy Design
- Tax Policy Issue A: Natural Resource Taxation
- Tax Policy Issue B: Tax Incentives for Investment
- Tax Policy Issue C: Evidence-based tax policy and revenue statistics
Session VIII: Aid, Development Co-operation and Taxation
For more information regarding this meeting, please contact: TaxandDevelopment@oecd.org