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Arbitration clauses in international tax treaties could benefit developing states

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Arbitration clauses in international tax treaties could benefit developing states
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Arbitration clauses in international tax treaties could benefit developing states
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eng
Summary
The developing world's economic growth demands a new means of dealing with international tax disputes, and while not a panacea, using arbitration clauses to resolve tax disputes promotes the international trade flow by offering an additional dispute resolution option
Citation source
  • In: Tax notes international. - Arlington. - Vol. 31 (2003),
  • In: 2003 WTD 159-10 ; 21 p
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Morgan, J. (James)
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International
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English
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  • arbitration
  • tax treaty
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Arbitration clauses in international tax treaties could benefit developing states
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