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Taxing the Digital Economy: What It Could Mean for Your Company

Published: 01 March 2019

ID: G00424857

Analyst(s): Finance Research Team

Summary

Governments are grappling with how to tax companies in an increasingly digitalized economy. In a recent policy note, the OECD tries to tackle this problem by proposing fundamental shifts in taxation principles that would impact all companies with cross-border operations. Discover what this new vision of the regulatory environment could mean for your company.

Table Of Contents

The Impact on Corporations Extends Beyond Highly Digital Businesses

To Reduce Disruption, Consider Proactively Shaping the New Taxation Principles

To Counteract Regulatory Fragmentation, Advocate for the Common Denominator

Recommended by the Authors

Endnotes

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