How public reporting of corporate tax affairs is becoming more likely

A fundamental sticking-point of country-by-country reporting (CbCR) is that companies’ tax affairs could be published in the public sphere. This is causing a great deal of distress for multinationals concerned about confidentiality and competition. There is consequently a big debate about how to comply and whether companies should comply at all.

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