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March 8, 2019

EY submits comments to the OECD public consultation “Addressing the Tax Challenges of the Digitalisation of the Economy”

EY on 6 March 2019 submitted comments to the OECD in relation to the public consultation document, Addressing the Tax Challenges of the Digitalisation of the Economy. EY made a series of key comments to the OECD, including the importance of securing consensus on new rules that represent an agreed solution in this area, and that new rules should not be considered as an alternative, or addition, to any other actions countries have taken. The OECD will now consider all submissions, with the Task Force on the Digital Economy (TFDE), a subsidiary body of the OECD, due to meet in Paris on 13-14 March 2019.



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