The Inaugural Annual Forum on Developing Country Tax Policies and Cooperation for Agenda 2030, Inaugural Annual Forum organized by the South Centre and the Government of Indonesia, 30 November – 2 December 2016, Surabaya, Indonesia
Sixty-seven delegates, coming from nearly forty countries from the Asia, Africa, and Latin America and Caribbean regions, participating often simultaneously as country representatives and presenters and experts, came together in Surabaya, Indonesia, from 30 November to 2 December 2016 to attend the Inaugural Annual Forum on Developing Country Tax Policies and Cooperation for Agenda 2030. The Forum serves as a platform for senior developing country government officials to discuss trends and perspectives in the current geopolitical landscape of tax policy and international cooperation on tax and finance administration. It further offers a space for debate and exchange of views among senior developing country officials on the challenges and opportunities arising within regions and individual countries that are pursuing inclusive growth and sustainable development goals. By analyzing the most recent trends, the Forum aimed also at assisting developing countries in finding solutions, building on lessons learned by peers, and strengthening practical South-South cooperation activities in tax policy and tax cooperation.
- Inaugural Annual forum on Developing country tax policies AGENDA
- Inaugural Annual forum on Developing country tax policies REPORT
- Managing Tax Competition and Investment Incentive: From National to Collaborative Approaches
- Mutual Administrative Assistance, Asset Recovery and Evolving Tax Architecture
- The Brazilian Approach to Tax Havens - Preserving the tax base
- Context and updates on Geneva based multilateral deliberations in UNCTAD on international tax matters
- Transfer Pricing - Indonesia Perspective
- Update on the International Tax Architecture
- International Tax Cooperation: The Challenge to the South
- Sharing wholeheartedly? Info Exchange and Developing Countries
- Mispricing Argentine soybean exports
- Tax havens
- E-Commerce: A Challenge to South-South Cooperation
- An Update on the International Tax Framework
- Allocating Taxing Rights! To whose Benefit?
- Transfer Pricing: The Argentine Case
- Transfer Pricing: How Can Developing Countries Cooperate on the Issue?
- Transfer Pricing Manipulation and Capital Flight