The international tax environment is changing rapidly as a result of coordinated actions by governments and of unilateral measures designed by individual countries, both intended to tackle concerns over base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) and perceived international tax avoidance techniques. The tightening of tax regulations around the globe can present different risks to business operations and such risks can, in turn, have many repercussions.
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