G20 and OECD reach global agreement on business taxation

The inclusive framework of the G20 and the OECD have reached an agreement on the global corporate tax. The inclusive G20 framework and the OECD released their global agreement on business taxation on July 1. According to him, the 100 largest companies in the world must pay taxes in countries …

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What is going on in the world today

As the nation celebrates its 245th birthday, despite all the turmoil hitting the headlines, all the good in the world today is worth remembering – in large part, at least in part, due to the accomplishments of ‘an American foreign policy that has often been badly flawed and yet, since …

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Are your market expectations unrealistic?

Investors haven’t lost money in this stock market, they’ve lost their minds. They disconnected from reality and entered an alternate universe, a land of milk, honey, and above average stock returns. Well above average. According to Natixis Investment Managers’ latest global individual investor survey, US retail investors now expect long-term …

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G20: China wants real multilateralism

While China argued that multilateralism was not just a slogan, the United States (United States) called for greater global cooperation in light of the coronavirus crisis at its G20 meeting Tuesday. Italy hosted foreign ministers from a group of 20 major economies in the southern city of Matera in the …

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SEZ exporting units should be encouraged according to the degree of added value: TPCI

Exports from SEZs and Export Oriented Units (EOUs) contributed about 30 percent of the country’s total shipments. Exporting units in special economic zones (SEZs) should be given incentives for the degree of added value it brings to a product in order to stimulate outbound shipments and attract investment in those …

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India joins the G20-OECD Fiscal Framework Agreement

India has joined the inclusive G20-OECD framework agreement that aims to reform international tax rules and ensure multinational companies pay their fair share wherever they operate, the finance ministry said on Friday. However, India will have to reverse the equalization levy it imposes on companies such as Google, Amazon and …

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A new partnership for 30 years?

In April, the news that Iraq was mediation longtime rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran have captivated Middle Eastern observers. Iraq’s new role as a Saudi-Iranian intermediary comes as the Saudis have taken concrete steps in recent years to establish a meaningful relationship with their northern neighbor, such as reopening their …

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Two botched speeches from the Nicaraguan tyrant

Sewers! By PxMolina / Confidential By Enrique Saenz (confidential) HAVANA TIME – It is a thankless task to refer to Ortega’s speeches, but it must be done. Though his use of grueling verbiage and endless repetitions of his absurd take on history are less and less effective, even for its …

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