Global tax exchange efforts “drain” in-house resources

Global tax exchange efforts “drain” in-house resources Michael Silva, Alberto Benshimol, Guillermo Teijeiro, Scarlet Pereira and Juan Guillermo Ruiz

Efforts by countries to facilitate the global exchange of tax information are draining multinational companies’ in-house resources as the cost of non-compliance rises, heard delegates at Latin Lawyer’s inaugural Tax Summit, held last week in Miami.

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