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Sunday, March 29, 2015

Tax Diplomacy, An Introduction to Tax Treaties


   

Here are some Excerpts taken from the book:
 Tax Diplomacy
An Introduction to Tax Treaties 



Here is an excerpt from the Foreword by Bruce Zagaris:
‘Media reports daily document the controversies about international business and tax policies resulting from double tax treaties. Ms. Hendy Yarde has done a masterful job of showing how a small jurisdiction, and particularly Barbados, has developed tax diplomacy as a means to attract foreign investment, and to export goods and financial services. 
You can read the rest of his introductory remarks in the Foreword on (Page i) of the book now available in local and regional book stores. The electronic version is available at Amazon.com.

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About the Author 
Useful information about the author, is provided on the Back Cover of the book as shown in the picture above. 

This book has 259 pages. Shots from pages 57 and 237 of the book are shown below.




 Go get your copy of the book and read what the author has to say about Tax Diplomacy and Tax Treaties. Available in local book stores and as an E-book at Amazon.
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