The Resource Tax sparing : a timeworn mechanism in Australia's bilateral treaties with its trading partners in Southeast Asia?

Tax sparing : a timeworn mechanism in Australia's bilateral treaties with its trading partners in Southeast Asia?

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Tax sparing : a timeworn mechanism in Australia's bilateral treaties with its trading partners in Southeast Asia?
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Tax sparing : a timeworn mechanism in Australia's bilateral treaties with its trading partners in Southeast Asia?
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Analyses the consequences of a taxation policy that is used to effect structural changes in the economies of developing countries. Focuses on tax-sparing arrangements in fiscal treaties concluded between Australia and selected East Asian countries, as well as the ASEAN regional grouping
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In: International tax journal. - New York. - Vol. 24 (1998),
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Ashiabor, H
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English
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  • tax policy
  • tax sparing credit
  • inbound transaction
  • investment incentive
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Tax sparing : a timeworn mechanism in Australia's bilateral treaties with its trading partners in Southeast Asia?
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