OECD says global tax reform could raise as much as $100bn

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The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has said governments around the world could boost their tax revenues by more than $100bn if gobal tax rules are updated. The OECD is pushing to have 137 governments in agreement by the end of 2020 on minimum taxation rules. The body is also working to establish how to ensure tech multinationals, including Google, Apple and Facebook pay their fair share in taxes.  The base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) international tax reforms are being negotiated by 137 countries ahead of an OECD deadline of the end of the year. ...

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Christopher Copper-Ind is editor-in-chief of International Investment. Before this, he was editorial director of The Business Year, from 2014 to 2017.