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Recent tax developments that matter from around the globe, reported by Tim Sarson (KPMG).
In our continuing series, Heather Self examines tax issues reported in the national media. This week, following news that the US has suggested halting multinational discussions on the OECD’s ‘pillar one’ digital tax proposals, are we heading for a tax trade war?
Michael Alliston and Judy Harrison (Norton Rose Fulbright) consider what's new in HMRC's guidance and how the Finance Bill legislation has changed since the earlier draft. 
Even without a Budget, 2019 has been a year of significant change to the taxation of corporates, writes Ashley Greenbank (Macfarlanes).
1 December 2019 marks the start of the new European Commission led by incoming President Ursula von der Leyen. Jordan Serfati and Nikolaas Van Robbroeck (Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer) consider what's in store for tax policy.
The OECD’s programme of work on tax and digitalisation is energising debate about the future of international tax, reports Julian Feiner (Clifford Chance).
Experts at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer examine the OECD's pillar two proposals which could have a fundamental impact on the way all multinationals are taxed.
The UK DST in its current form may well breach the UK’s obligations under double tax treaties, international trade law, or both, write Rupert Shiers and Jonathan T Stoel (Hogan Lovells).
Brin Rajathurai and Murray Clayson (Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer) examine the proposals on ‘pillar one’ of an international solution to the taxation of multinational enterprises in the digital economy by 2020.
BIAC does not for a moment underestimate the difficulty of reaching a broad and deep agreement on pillar one.