Fourth Industrial Revolution

This is what global tax reforms will mean for Asia's tech giants

Investment hubs such as Singapore and Hong Kong SAR could lose up to 0.15% of GDP as a result. Image: Unsplash/ Swapnil Bapat

Dinar Prihardini

Economist , Tax Policy Division in the Fiscal Affairs Department of the International Monetary Fund

Andrew Hodge

Economist , IMF’s Western Hemisphere Department

Era Dabla-Norris

Division Chief, Asia Pacific Department, International Monetary Fund (IMF)


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