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New global rule may reveal revenues multinationals protect from taxation

Video: Research Communications and Public Relations

Country-by-Country Reporting (C-by-CR) is a new international rule designed to discover revenues that multinational corporations may try to shield from the world’s tax collectors. Lorraine Eden, the Gina and Anthony Bahr ’91 Professor at the Mays Business School, explains how C-by-CR could revolutionize the global tax system and why multinationals are worried about it. Eden conducts research through Texas A&M University’s Center for International Business Studies, which is a US Department of Education-designed Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) launched in 1990