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Towards a Level Playing Field,
second edition.


Report undertaken by Stikeman Elliott on behalf of the ITIO and STEP.

 


2001 NEWS RELEASES


OECD tax project less successful than thought, says ITIO
16 November 2001

ITIO welcomes OECD report with reservations
Questions about level playing field remain

15 November 2001

ITIO challenges OECD: "Do as you would be done by"; also links tax and trade policies.
22 October 2001

US Treasury Secretary details criticism of OECD tax project; small countries demand inclusion in setting standards
19 July 2001

ITIO welcomes New Zealand opposition to OECD sanctions
6 July 2001

OECD's tax project has no future unless small countries invited to join Global Tax Forum
21 June 2001

ITIO welcomes US restatement of concerns about OECD tax project, still awaits OECD's promised clarifications
15 June 2001

ITIO urges OECD: "Give us the information you promised, review your sanctions deadline"
6 June 2001

ITIO urges equal discussions between OECD and small countries
17 May 2001

ITIO welcomes O'Neill statement, wants equal involvement for SDEs in setting tax standards
11 May 2001

Statement by the Pacific Forum, "Regional talks on harmful tax competition".
28 April 2001

Small and developing economies respond to OECD, pursue equal treatment, agree to continue working together
23 March 2001

Statement by Rt Hon. Owen Arthur, Prime Minister of Barbados, on the creation of an International Tax and Investment Organisation
2 March 2001


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