50 delegates from 14 countries gathered in Georgia on April 7, 2017, to participate in the second regional meeting for the Eastern Europe and Central Asia region under the OECD's new inclusive base erosion and profit shifting project framework.Read Full Story
With an agreement reached on increased information sharing, the GUAM states – Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, and Moldova – have agreed to ease checks at their borders.Read Full Story
Trade flows between Georgia and the EU increased 16 percent in 2015, the first full year since the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA) was provisionally applied. Read Full Story
More than USD260m in tax revenues has been generated through the Tax Inspectors Without Borders initiative since its launch in July last year, the OECD announced on November 22.Read Full Story
On October 5, China's Ministry of Commerce and Georgia's Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development signed a memorandum of understanding to mark the successful conclusion of substantive negotiations on a bilateral free trade agreement.Read Full Story
Hong Kong has welcomed its retention of the Fraser Institute's annual ranking as the world's freest economy, due in part to its commitment to low taxation.Read Full Story
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