More than 80 percent of European tax professionals say complicated tax laws are hindering business growth on the continent, according to figures from accountancy bodies ICAEW and EGIAN.Read Full Story
The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean said in a new report that Latin American states should look to tax policy to promote greater equality and support poverty reduction efforts.Read Full Story
Mexico's Senate has urged the Government to boost economic relations with Cuba, with a view to the possible signing of a free trade agreement.Read Full Story
The World Trade Organization on October 22, 2014, launched consultations on the future of the Bali decisions, to agree a way forward on the Trade Facilitation Agreement.Read Full Story
Latin American trade bloc Mercosur discussed at its 46th Summit on July 29, 2014, proposals to create an economic zone with the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America, Petrocaribe, and the Caribbean Community.Read Full Story
Alicia Bárcena, Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean said on June 12, 2013 that investment in education, science, technology and infrastructure, along with improvements to the budgetary framework and better tax evasion controls, are key to raising the level of tax revenues in the region.Read Full Story
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