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FTA TSG Informe de la encuesta - Encuesta sobre tendencias y evolución del uso de servicios electrónicos para la prestación de servicios al contribuyente - dec 2009
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Agreement between Germany and Saint Lucia for the exchange of information relating to tax matters
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Agreement between Germany and Turks and Caicos Islands for the exchange of information relating to tax matters
As a result of details provided to the Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes, Brazil and Indonesia are now ranked in the category of jurisdictions that have substantially implemented the internationally agreed tax standard.
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Agreement between Germany and the Cayman Islands for the exchange of information relating to tax matters
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Agreement between the Netherlands and Liberia for the exchange of information relating to tax matters
During this event, A. Gurría said that the number of Parties to the Convention will increase exponentially in the near future, making the Convention a keystone for international tax cooperation.
The updated Convention was presented to Ministers and Ambassadors attending the annual OECD Ministerial meeting held in Paris and was signed.
The Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters (the Convention) is a multilateral agreement drawn up under the aegis of the OECD and the Council of Europe. In line with the requests from the G20, an amending Protocol has been drafted and opened for signature.
OECD countries have made significant reform progress in recent decades, in fields as diverse as competition policy, health care and the environment. How have they done it? And why have reforms advanced in some places and stalled in others? This collection of essays analyses the reform experiences of the 30 OECD countries in nine major policy domains in order to identify lessons, pitfalls and strategies that may help foster policy reform in the future. While taking full account of the tremendous differences in the political and institutional settings in which these reforms were undertaken, the authors highlight a number of common challenges and potential solutions that hold good across both countries and issue areas. They show that the scope for cross-national policy learning is enormous.
The importance of such reform lessons is all the greater in the wake of the global financial and economic crisis. As OECD governments confront the challenge of trying to restore public finances to health without undermining the recovery, they will need to pursue a careful mix of fiscal policies and growth-enhancing structural reforms. Designing, adopting and implementing such a policy mix will require the crafting of effective reforms and effective strategies for implementing them.