Companies from Google to Apple could see their use of tax loopholes curbed by the proposal.
By Jesse Drucker, Bloomberg|October 07, 2015 at 05:47 PM
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The world’s top body for economic coordination unveiled its blueprint Monday for cracking down on international tax avoidance, an opening salvo in what promises to be a prolonged battle between countries and companies over who gets taxed and where.
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