Represented by Nolberto Diaz, General Secretary of the CUT Chile, the TUAC took part in stakeholder consultations at the meeting of the Inclusive Framework on BEPS, In Lima 27-28 June. The TUAC delivered four key messages:
- The need for better participation of trade union and civil society organisations in the inclusive framework, because tax evasion and aggressive tax planning concerns all the stakeholders, not just businesses and the tax collector;
- The need for the OECD and the G20 to come to agreement on ambitious recommendations in 2020 on the taxation of the digital economy;
- The need to engaging a new dialogue on a public version of the country-by-country reporting framework also by 2020;
- The need to ensure effective measuring and reporting on the impact of BEPS measures, as required under BEPS Action nb 11.
The full text of the submission is attached (English & Spanish versions).