Corporation tax: a global race to the bottom?

Date: 14.03.17 | Time: 18:30-20:00 | Location: Wilson Room | Get tickets
Are we locked into a global race to the bottom on tax? And what does this mean for inclusive growth?

Concerns are growing that corporate tax cuts in the developed world are triggering a race to the bottom on corporation tax cuts in the developing world – and the issue is quickly rising up the political agenda.

Join us on March 14th at an event organised by the APPG on Inclusive Growth and Oxfam to discuss this and hear from leading tax campaigners, researchers and politicians. New research on this important issue by the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI) will be presented at the event.

Event Details

Date: 14.03.17 Time: 18:30-20:00 Location: Wilson Room Tickets: Eventbrite

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Event Details

Date: 14.03.17 Time: 18:30-20:00
Wilson Room
Portcullis House
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