The ongoing global tax reforms led by the OECD have immense potential for the investment regimes and revenue of countries. While the reforms do not compel Qatar to increase its corporate income tax rate of 10 per cent to the proposed global minimum corporate income tax rate of 15 per cent, they will require the home country of the Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) to tax the difference, potentially denying companies of the tax benefits obtained from investing in Qatar.
The conference will feature policy and tax specialists from different countries to explore the implications of the BEPS Action 1 Pillar II proposals on tax regimes of developing countries, especially tax incentives granted to companies to attract and retain investments. It will also discuss alternatives for developing countries to maintain competitiveness in the face of potentially restraining global tax reforms.
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