The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) is urging the UK Government not to rush ahead with implementing new globally agreed corporation tax rules before other competitor countries. John Cullinane, CIOT Director of Public Policy, said: "The Government's priority should be to make sure that there is an effective implementation of the minimum global corporation tax rules, in detail as well as in principle, so that the end result is a multilateral set of interlocking rules that faithfully deliver the policy aims. It is not sensible to go through the motions of doing something in the UK qu...
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