Daily Archives: November 23, 2021

Professor Scott Wilkie Comments on the Latest OECD "Pillars" Developments

It is well known that the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the Inclusive Framework of approximately 140 countries that the OECD has organized, have been engaged in developing recommendations to rejig the "rules" and conventions by which countries assume and allocate among each other, taxing rights.   The catalyst, of course, and […]

Professor Jinyan Li Speaks About China's Ascendancy in International Tax

Recently, Professor Jinyan Li Spoke about the deveolpment and influence of Chinese tax policy in relation to global economic and tax developments in an inverview hosted by the International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation, conducted by Professor Johann Hattingh of the University of Cape Town, South Africa.  Professor Li's comments are important, coming as they do […]