In order to provide a platform for BRITACʘM Council Members and Observers to exchange views and share experience in responding to the COVID-19 outbreak, a special edition on COVID-19 is issued. We are inviting BRITACʘM Council Members, Observers and other stakeholders to contribute to the Special Edition with topics related to measures, policies rolled out by tax administrations and their experience or practices as well as insights from international organizations or experts. The Special Edition is updated regularly.
This column offers an overview of tax policies and other measures in response to COVID-19 of BRITACʘM Council Member Tax Administrations.All information is publicly available. The contents will be updated on a regular basis. However, due to the fast changes, it may not always reflect the latest policies of a given jurisdiction. You are truly welcomed to provide the information of your jurisdiction by sending an email to email@example.com.
|Afghanistan, Islamic Republic of|
|Congo, Democratic Republic of|
|Hong Kong China|
|Papua New Guinea|
|South Sudan, Republic of|
|United Arab Emirates|
This paper focuses on the preferential tax measures adopted by BRITACOM jurisdictions that consist of 36 Council Member Tax Administrations and 28 Observers. The aim is to provide suggestions on supporting the industries severely hit by COVID-19 pandemic and stimulating economic recovery. The materials in this paper are mainly selected from www.britacom.org, www.OECD.org, official websites of B...Read More
This paper focuses on the preferential tax measures adopted by BRITACOM jurisdictions that consist of 36 Council Member Tax Administrations and 28 Observers. The aim is to provide suggestions about supporting the work resumption of SMEs and reducing the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The material in this paper is mainly selected from www.britacom.org, www.OECD.org, www.IBFD.org, offi...Read More
Considering the theme of the Second Belt and Road Initiative Tax Administration Cooperation Forum (BRITACOF) and the significance of tax digitalization especially in the fight against COVID-19, the Secretariat is holding a series of virtual events featuring tax digitalization from July 2020 to March 2021, including 3 twin-events (1 working level seminar plus 1 follow-up meeting for each twin-event) and 1 high-level conference.