Tunisia, OECD and EU extend their programme "Improving Domestic Resource Mobilisation through the Establishment of an Efficient Tax System and Enhanced Tax Transparency" and to expand it to new key areas of assistance including the implementation of the landmark agreement on international taxation.
This report sets out the range of the OECD's work with developing countries in 2020.
The OECD released a new report today – Tax Co-operation for Development: Progress report in the COVID-19 era, looking back on the past year showing how developing countries have interacted with the OECD on a range of tax policy and administration issues.
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This brochure highlights the key areas of work of the OECD’s Centre for Tax Policy and Administration and the various groups that it serves.
A dedicated series of briefings on current projects covering the OECD's tax and development work will be open to the Inclusive Framework membership and the public.
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This case study highlights the significant progress made by Tunisia in the fight against tax evasion and avoidance in recent years, which have resulted in its alignment with international tax standards and practices, to mobilise domestic resources for the country's development and growth.
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.