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Our dedicated international tax professionals assist our clients with their cross-border tax structuring, planning, reporting and risk management.

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Australian Treasury Discussion Paper on the Digital Economy and Corporate Taxation

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EY - Australia’s Adoption of the Multilateral Convention to Implement Tax Treaty Related Measures to Prevent BEPS (MLI)

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EY - Multilateral Convention signed by Australia and New Zealand

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On 7 June 2017, Australia and New Zealand participated in the signing ceremony of the Multilateral Convention (MLI) to start the process to implement certain BEPS measures to update the existing network of bilateral double tax treaties. The Australian Government confirmed its adoption positions and reservations on a provisional basis but noted that the MLI will require various processes before it becomes effective - in our view the operation of the MLI changes is therefore unlikely before 2019.

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