Regulation · Tax

Luxembourg and new OECD tax rules

Keith O’Donnell, Chair of the ALFI tax commission
Luxembourg business representatives have said that the OECD’s Inclusive Framework Pillar One and Two corporate income tax proposals contain risks of excessive complexity, could put state tax authorities under pressure, increase the likelihood of litigation and could put competitiveness at risk.

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