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OECD: Regional meeting on BEPS framework

OECD: Regional meeting on BEPS framework

Delegates from 14 countries and 7 organisations gathered in Georgia in the second event in a series offering participants from different regions in the world the opportunity to provide their views and input to the framework on base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS).


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Topics discussed, according to the OECD release, included the following:

  • Status of implementation of the BEPS measures, focusing on the peer-review mechanisms and timelines for the implementation of the minimum standards
  • Work on toolkits designed to help low-income countries together with capacity-building initiatives 
  • Recent developments in transfer pricing and tax treaties, including country-by-country reporting and tax treaty-related minimum standards
  • Multilateral instrument for implementing the tax treaty-related measures

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