FROM GLOBAL TO LOCAL TAX COMPETITION: WHEN TAX COMPETITION HITS CLOSE TO HOME

03 Nov 2015
11:40 - 12:30
Maxwell-Cummings Auditorium

FROM GLOBAL TO LOCAL TAX COMPETITION: WHEN TAX COMPETITION HITS CLOSE TO HOME

Lesser known than its international counterpart, local or regional tax competition can be just as aggressive and very real. This is an opportunity to consider how neighbouring jurisdictions have competed aggressively in Europe, Africa and North America, and what we have learned from those specific cases.

  • Why and how tax competition is not solely an issue at the international level;
  • How local or regional tax competition differs from international tax competition.

Conference host : Paul Waldie, editor, Report on Business – Globe and Mail