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Next Thursday 8 April the Spanish IFA Branch will hold a very interesting International Tax Summit with one first panel dealing with the current state of anti-abuse rules and their interpretation in international tax and a second one discussing what to expect of the new international tax system in formation. Excellent panellists will share their thoughts with us, including the head of the Spanish AEAT and of the AEAT's International Tax Office (ONFI), as well as professors WolfganG Schön and Michael Devereux.

I attach the program for the event, in case anyone is interested.

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I was pleased to discuss with my colleagues from the Russian Federation and Belarus the last trends of resolving tax disputes involving an international element in our region.
Italy implements the new procedure for the resolution of cross-border double taxation disputes EU Directive 2017/1852 (Dispute Resolution Mechanism – DRM) of 10 October 2017 sets out the common legal framework for the resolution of cross-border tax disputes by providing a clearer framework about the taxpayer’s right and setting out time-limits to take a decision, in order to create a business environment more conducive. The legislative Decree n. 49 of 10 June 2020, enacting the EU Directive n. 2017/1852 after a year of delay, implements new rules to resolve tax disputes between Italian and other European Union (EU) tax authorities.... (More)