On February 28, 2014, the Urban Institute hosted an invitational conference on what policymakers in the United States can learn from the experience of other countries with territorial systems for taxing the income of their multinational corporations. Participants included academic experts, government officials, and private sector tax practitioners from the United States and overseas. The discussion focused on the experience of four countries two (Australia and Germany) with long-standing territorial systems and two (Japan and the United Kingdom) that moved to a territorial system recently. This document summarizes the discussion at the conference.
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