Cross-border exchange of information procedures
By Marc Teitelbaum
In this issue of Vox Tax, we analyse the recent wave of information sharing among national tax authorities.
As tax regimes around the world place an increased emphasis on transparency and international co-operation to combat tax evasion, a host of new laws, rules and regulations have been enacted.
In the report, lawyers from Dentons’ global tax team examine the practices and policies in 15 countries across North America, Europe and Central Asia. Learn about the type of information that may be shared among nations, and what that means for your capital and tax strategies. For your reference, this report also includes a table comparing these 15 countries on several key intricacies of their respective tax laws…
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