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Why IP and Curaçao don’t mix

Peter Ollier, Hong Kong

As developed countries try to increase their tax revenue to reduce fiscal deficits, companies that move their IP into tax-efficient jurisdictions will come under increasing scrutiny

"There are a lot of tax collectors out there and these guys are hungry," said Gordon Smith, chairman of AUS, a US consultancy firm.

Smith moderated a discussion on The Effect of the Changing Tax Landscape on Intellectual Property at...

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