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Robert Jean Kloprogge speaks on Tax panel European American Chamber of Commerce New York

Robert Jean Kloprogge speaks on Tax panel European American Chamber of Commerce New York

Robert Jean Kloprogge speaks on Tax panel European American Chamber of Commerce New York

10.05.2016

On 10 May 2016, Robert Jean Kloprogge will speak on a Tax panel of US and European Tax Experts regarding the latest OECD Base Erosion & Profit Shifting (BEPS) developments and the implementation of BEPS in the US and the EU. The event is organized by the European American Chamber of Commerce New York.

The panel will discuss the underlying economic factors and circumstances resulting in enhanced main stream media and political attention to taxation of multi-national businesses. The panel members will speak about the origin of the BEPS projects and its overarching objectives, expected trends and the impact thereof on multinationals and cross-Atlantic US/Europe investments. Please follow this link for more background on the programme.

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