The Resource The "Torino-Busan Declaration" : identifying priorities in an international setting for tax professionals and taxpayers

The "Torino-Busan Declaration" : identifying priorities in an international setting for tax professionals and taxpayers

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The "Torino-Busan Declaration" : identifying priorities in an international setting for tax professionals and taxpayers
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The "Torino-Busan Declaration" : identifying priorities in an international setting for tax professionals and taxpayers
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eng
Summary
Just over a year after the "Ulaanbaatar Declaration", the Global Tax Advisers Platform (GTAP) identified four key short-term tax priorities in the "Turin-Busan Declaration", signed on 3 and 17 October 2019 in Torino and Busan, respectively. The main objective is to set out a framework to strengthen cooperation among the globalizing community of tax professionals and to ensure fair and efficient taxation in an increasingly global, dynamic and digitalized context
Citation source
In: European taxation. - Amsterdam. - Vol. 60 (2020), no. 2-3 ; p. 98-102
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  • Valente, A. (Alessandro)
  • Ivanovski, A
Geographic coverage
  • European Union
  • Europe
Language note
English
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  • tax adviser
  • tax policy
  • green taxation
  • globalization
  • digital economy
  • taxpayer rights
  • fundamental freedoms
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The "Torino-Busan Declaration" : identifying priorities in an international setting for tax professionals and taxpayers
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The "Torino-Busan Declaration" : identifying priorities in an international setting for tax professionals and taxpayers
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