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RESEARCH IN
INTERNATIONAL TAX

The first research centre of its kind in Singapore that addresses
international and regional tax issues and taxation policies.




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The SMU – TA Centre for Excellence in Taxation (SMU - TA CET) is jointly set up by the SMU School of Accountancy and the Tax Academy of Singapore.

The SMU – TA CET is the first centre in Singapore that is dedicated to the research in taxation. The Centre’s research interests include International Tax Policy, Tax Treaties, Transfer Pricing, Dispute Resolution, Tax Transparency, Indirect Tax, and Tax & Governance.

 

Last updated on 05 Jan 2016 .


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The Future of Tax – Reforms for Growth and Protection of Revenue Base

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We invite you to submit papers on topics in the following areas: International Tax Policy; Tax Treaties; Transfer Pricing; Dispute Resolution; Tax Transparency; and Indirect Tax.

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How should ASEAN countries navigate changing international conditions to maximise the amount of revenue collected without stifling the county’s competitiveness?

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Tax competition for Foreign Direct Investment will be more intense in a post BEPS world, and jurisdictions that ensure transparency and accountability in their tax system will emerge as winners.

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With globalization and increased mobility of capital and labour, countries are no longer able to design tax rules in isolation.

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Taxpayers would want to avoid double taxation, and the Mutual Agreement Procedure (MAP) facility in tax treaties was the only effective tool to resolve any cross-border tax disputes faced by taxpayers.

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The starting point of any tax reform would seem to be a review of public expenditure, and it would be useful for governments to take a step back and evaluate the overall fiscal position looking at both revenue and expenditure before introducing any tax reform.

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