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                              Summary and Analysis of the



                              OECD's Work Program for BEPS 2.0


FISCAL                        Daniel  Bunn

FACT                          Director of Global Projects

No.  660

Jun. 2019

                              Key Findings



                                 *  The  OECD   is continuing its work to develop proposals that could change

                                    international taxation rules.



                                 *  The  current work  program  focuses not only on policies that would impact

                                    how  much   multinational businesses pay in tax, but also which countries that

                                    tax will be paid to.



                                 *  The  policies being considered raise numerous  questions  of administrability,

                                    compliance  costs, and coordination.



                                 *  The  OECD   should work  toward  a solution that creates stability for the

                                    international tax system while  not pursuing policies that could drive

                                    distortions for business activity.




















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