Wednesday, May 22, 10.45 am to 12.15 pm
Ms. Alexander Klemm, Deputy Division Chief, Tax Policy Division, International Monetary Fund
The international corporate tax system is under unprecedented stress. This paper reviews alternative directions for progress. Key concerns are to better address both profit shifting and tax competition — and ensure full recognition of the interests of emerging and developing countries. Alternative international tax architectures differ not only in their economic properties, but in how far they depart from current norms and the degree of cooperation they require. No scheme is without difficulty, but there are clear opportunities for improvement: Minimum taxes on outbound investment, residual profit allocation, and allocation of taxing rights to destination countries. The economic impact and administrability of these schemes require further analysis — especially for emerging and developing countries. Some improvements can be achieved unilaterally or regionally, but more fundamental solutions require stronger institutions for global cooperation.
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