Companies urged to follow up on MLI implications

Companies are advised to check for relevant changes to their respective domestic laws following the signing of the OECD’s multilateral instrument (MLI) by 76 countries with much fanfare on Wednesday. The rewriting of bilateral taxation treaties on such a large scale is expected to improve arbitration in tax dispute resolution and curb double taxation, but is likely to be implemented to varying degrees across jurisdictions.

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