Hong Kong’s Involvement with International Tax Reform: What’s the ‘BEPS’? (2017)
AuthorsSawyer AJshow all
The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) was initially a reluctant participant in major international tax reforms initiated by the OECD, including (automatic) exchange of information (AEOI). In more recent times, as outlined in an earlier paper by the author,1 the HKSAR has become an active participant working at the forefront of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) initiatives, including being part of the ad hoc group that developed a multilateral instrument under BEPS Action 15. This paper provides a forward-looking overview of BEPS, outlines the HKSAR’s engagement with BEPS and international tax reform, and offer some thoughts on where BEPS may take us.
CitationSawyer AJ (2017). Hong Kong’s Involvement with International Tax Reform: What’s the ‘BEPS’?. University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 30/3/2017.
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