The Partners of the PCT are pleased to share the PCT Progress Report 2018-2019. The report provides updates on the PCT's main workstreams and it also shows how the PCT Partners are working to enhance their cooperation on tax.
The four partner organizations to the Platform for Collaboration on Tax (PCT) discussed critical challenges and opportunities for mobilizing domestic resources to meet countries’ development priorities, at the IMF-World Bank annual meetings in Bali, Indonesia.
The Platform for Collaboration on Tax invites final comments on a revised version of its report on the "Taxation of Offshore Indirect Transfers of Assets". Low- and lower-income countries identified the great relevance of offshore indirect transfers of assets to international taxation. Though an important area of international tax policy, no unifying principle has been adopted by individual countries on how to treat these transactions.
Major international organizations-including the IMF, OECD, UN, and World Bank Group-called on governments from around the world to strengthen and increase the effectiveness of their tax systems to generate the domestic resources needed to meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and promote inclusive economic growth.
The Platform for Collaboration on Tax is also supported by the governments of