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African Tax Administration Forum (ATAF)ATAF Releases Draft Domestic Minimum Tax Legislation
AustraliaAustralia’s Consultation on Pillar Two
BahamasSee our Pillar Two Developments Tracker
CanadaSee our Pillar Two Developments Tracker
ChinaA Review of China’s Tax Law From a Pillar Two Perspective
EstoniaPillar Two GloBE Rules and Estonia’s Distribution Tax
European UnionFull Steam Ahead For EU Pillar Two Implementation and
Review of the Draft EU Pillar Two Directive
Hong KongSee our Pillar Two Developments Tracker
IndiaIndia’s Tax Regime after Pillar Two: Key Risks and Opportunities
IndonesiaIndonesian Regulation Signals Global Minimum Tax Implementation
See our Pillar Two Developments Tracker
IrelandIrish 2022 Finance Bill Changes for Pillar Two
IsraelKey Risks for MNEs Operating in Israel after Pillar Two
JapanSee our Pillar Two Developments Tracker and Japans Pillar 2 Proposals in its 2023 Tax Reform Outline
JerseyJerseys approach to Pillar Two implementation
LiechtensteinLiechtenstein to Consult on Pillar Two Global Minimum Tax
LuxembourgLuxembourg Private Debt Funds and Pillar Two
MalaysiaMalaysia to Implement Global Minimum Tax & QDMTT in 2024
MaltaSee our Pillar Two Developments Tracker
MauritiusMauritius 2022 Finance Act includes Pillar Two Top-Up Tax
MexicoSee our Pillar Two Developments Tracker
New ZealandNew Zealand’s Approach to Pillar Two
NigeriaThe Impact of Nigeria’s Rejection of Both Pillar 1 and 2
OmanOman’s Tax Regime and Pillar Two
ParaguaySee our Pillar Two Developments Tracker
PhilippinesThe Philippines Tax Regime and the Pillar Two GloBE Rules
South AfricaSee our Pillar Two Developments Tracker
SingaporeA Pillar Two Review of Singapore’s Tax System
South KoreaFirst Domestic Pillar Two Global Minimum Tax Law Enacted
Analysis of South Korea’s Draft Pillar Two Law
English Translation of the South Korean Pillar Two Law
The South Korean PE Risk Under Pillar Two
SwitzerlandAnalysis of Switzerlands Draft Pillar Two Decree
TaiwanA Pillar Two Review of Taiwan’s Tax Regime
Taiwan To Increase Its Domestic Minimum Tax Rate From 2024
ThailandThailand’s Tax Incentive Regime and Pillar Two
The NetherlandsKey Takeaways From the Dutch Draft Pillar Two Legislation
UAEUAEs New Corporate Tax Law and Pillar Two
United KingdomA Review of the UK Draft Pillar Two Legislation and UK Pushes Forward With Pillar Two
United StatesU.S Updates its GloBE Impact Document
VietnamThe Thorny Issue of Pillar Two in Vietnam

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