Conference on 'International Taxation and Regional Cooperation: Challenges and Opportunities for Asia' 29-30 March, 2016
Centre for Budget and Governance Accountability (CBGA) and Financial Transparency Coalition (FTC) has organised a two-day Conference on ‘International Taxation and Regional Cooperation: Challenges and Opportunities for Asia’ on March 29-30, 2016. The Conference aimed to further the discourse on international taxation policies and regional cooperation in the Asian context. The Conference focused on some of the emerging issues and developments pertaining to:
- Automatic exchange of financial information,
- Country-by-country reporting requirements for MNCs,
- International institutional architecture on tax and global finance, and
- Opportunities for and challenges to strengthening regional cooperation in Asia.
The Conference brought together academics and technical experts on these issues from different countries and senior representatives of tax authorities from select regions in order to strengthen regional cooperation on international taxation and curbing illicit finance.
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