The biggest change to global taxation in a century is planned to take effect in 2023, with 137 countries agreeing to a landmark deal on how to tax profits arising from digitalisation following the years-long Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) collaboration on domestic tax base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS).
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The airline sector faces more ups and downs until international travel reaches pre-pandemic levels again.
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Malaysia has unveiled a budget with a focus on business resilience, social wellbeing and economic stability.
The Australian Government has released the latest Intergenerational Report, giving us a snapshop of what Australia could look like in the next 40 years.
Widening income disparity and a heightened focus on the importance of social licence in business activity have driven calls for a more inclusive form of capitalism.
The International Monetary Fund has warned that inflation may be here for long term. Will ultra-low interest rates trigger the return of high inflation?
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The ACT’s 2021-22 budget provides some notable spending on health, education and infrastructure but little in the way of post-lockdown support for business.
Last year saw record-high capital being raised from listings of special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs. Here's how it could play out in Australia.
COVID-19 has triggered a global debt binge, sparking concerns about the effects of debt on our long-term economic future.
Most economists agree that the gulf between rich and poor has widened as the result of the COVID-19 pandemic, raising concerns about a "K shaped" recovery.
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Western Australia’s 2021-22 budget affirms that its pandemic lock out approach and record high iron ore prices helped the state post one of the world’s strongest growth rates last financial year. But labour shortages will act as a drag on the economy until its borders re-open.