SA-TIED research on profit shifting gets national attention in South Africa

15 January 2019
by SA-TIED

New working papers from SA-TIED on profit shifting and transfer mispricing have made headlines in South Africa. The research has renewed the ongoing conversation about the fair and effective taxation of multinational enterprises.

Read more about how SA-TIED research has informed that conversation and see what journalists and opinion makers have written about SA-TIED research advancement in this arena by clicking on the headlines below. To listen to interviews with the researchers please visit this page

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