October 16th, 2017 – United Nations Office at Geneva Palace of Nations, Room XIX
The global economic liberalization has facilitated the choice of a favorable tax residency by mobile taxpayers and therefore this encouraged States to engage in competition over tax policy. Recently, remarkable efforts towards improving cooperation have led to changes to the international tax system.
While these new developments are welcomed, work needs to be pursued to ensure tax policy choices are adapted and coherent with the socio-economic and institutional constraints of each country. Welcome to the third edition of TaxCOOP, the place to continue discussion on facing the challenges of tax competition.
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