This roundtable aims to facilitate a dialogue aimed at building tax morale, through improving co-operation and mutual trust between MNEs and tax authorities.
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This case study focuses on capacity building work with the Georgia tax authorities. The hands-on, practical approach of support from the joint OECD/UNDP Tax Inspectors Without Borders initiative has improved auditors’ skills and confidence in managing complex transfer pricing audit cases.
The landmark victory in the Mopani case sends a message beyond Zambia, that African tax authorities are able and confident to take on and deal with complex transfer pricing transactions.
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The landmark Supreme Court victory in Zambia on the Mopani case sends a message across borders, that African tax authorities are able to take on and deal with complex transfer pricing transactions. The tax dispute demonstrates the value of long-term and patient capacity building support, which equipped Zambia's revenue authority to confidently and competently tax MNEs, and generate additional tax revenue.
The OECD and the Government of Indonesia hosted a joint webinar as part of the OECD-Indonesia Joint Work Programme 2019-2021: COVID-19 Response Webinar Series. In this second event of the series, a range of high-profile experts provided their insights into the difficult issue of finding adequate fiscal space in the face of the current crisis and existing priorities in Indonesia.
This report sets out the range of the OECD’s work with developing countries in 2019. While supporting developing countries in the fight against tax evasion and avoidance has been the main priority in its capacity building work, in 2019, the OECD extended its reach to include the full range of its tax policy and administration work as part of its development agenda.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) serve to stimulate action in areas of critical importance for humanity and the planet. With the COVID-19 pandemic affecting lives and livelihoods alike, the question is how will the SDGs be financed?
Over the last three days, 125 participants from 18 Africa member States took part in the joint ATAF-OECD-UNECA-IDEP 3-day online workshop dedicated to combatting illicit financial flows.
Domestic resource mobilisation is a priority as a means to increase national capacity to finance the SDGs. Taxes are already the largest single source of financing, and have the potential for growth. As while the average level of taxes in developing countries remains low, countries have shown capacity to expand their revenues.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the Intra-European Organisation of Tax Administrations (IOTA) signed the renewal of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for Co-operation between both Parties.