Quote of the day on the OECD’s tax project: “let’s hope nothing happens”

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From the Financial Times, in a story about a conference on the OECD’s much-discussed BEPS project to reform international tax rules for transnational corporations:

The gameplan is to be positive but hope as little as possible happens,” is how Paul Oosterhuis, a tax partner of Skadden Arps, the US law firm, described the attitude of US corporations to government proposals to amend its global arrangements.


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