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June 28, 2021

Wednesday, 21 July 2021 | Taxation of the digital economy: What’s next (4:30 pm BST)

In this webcast, panelists discuss the BEPS 2.0 update after the 30 June - 1 July 2021 OECD Inclusive Framework meeting and the 9-10 July G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting.

In this 90-minute webcast, our panelists will update the audience in the wake of these two important meetings. They will discuss technical policy developments, questions that remain open and key country perspectives, as well as the impact on specific digital economy taxation matters, including Digital Services Tax (DST) developments.

Specifically, our panel will address the following topics:

  • An overview of new developments on both Pillar One and Pillar Two
  • Implications for Digital Services Taxes
  • A focus on U.S. legislative activities as they relate to Pillar One and Two
  • An update on the EU`s position on Pillar One and Two, and the latest developments on the EU Digital Levy

We hope you will be able to join us.

Date: Wednesday, 21 July 2021

Time: 11:30-13:00 EDT New York; 8:30-10:00 PDT Los Angeles; 16:30-18:-0 BST

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