TAX COMPETITION, TAX Coordination and TAX COOPERATION IN A GLOBALIZED WORLD
Domestic tax policymaking has been under pressure to design a tax system that allows minimizing distortions to economic activity in order to stay competitive in a globalized world, often in reference to their neighboring countries. This panel will offer insightful thinking from national leaders about how countries can protect their tax sovereignty in a globalized world, whether or not it is possible to achieve tax coordination, and how to better protect the tax base of developing countries through better tax cooperation.
Michel Sapin (in video)
Juan Ricardo Ortega