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Date: 24-11-2021

Panel Discussion – Tax Challenges of Digital Economy – Indian Perspective

Taxing Digital Economy has been challenging not only for tax policy makers but for the business as well as tax advisors. The established rules regarding taxation of international transactions are not found adequate to tax cross border digital transactions. The Task Force on Digital Economy (established by OECD) in its 2015 report titled as ‘Addressing the Tax Challenges of the Digital Economy’ proposed three alternatives/ options to address the taxation issues of the digital economy. But they did not provide any clear guidelines. After a lot of deliberations among the OECD/G20 countries, a consensus is being developed for Two Pillar approach which, apart from others, seeks to introduce Minimum Global Tax concept along with other new concepts in international taxation. As it is still in the development stage there are many aspects on which there is no clarity among the stake holders.

As part of country wide Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav initiatives, envisaged by Government of India, to commemorate and celebrate 75 years of India’s Independence, the Committee on International taxation of ICAI is organising a panel discussion through a webinar to discuss the different aspects of tax challenges of the digital economy -Indian perspective and to provide required clarity.

This webinar can be viewed as per the following schedule:

Date 24th November, 2021 (Wednesday)
Time 12.00 Noon to 2.00 PM
Opening remarks Mr. S.P.Singh, Ex-IRS
Session Moderator CA. Aseem Chawla
Panelist CA. Ganesh Rajgopalan
CA. Vidur Puri
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