In July 2021, the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) had announced that there would be changes to the international tax rules applicable to multinational companies across the world. This new arrangement would entail a final detailed implantation plan released in October 2021 with an effective date set for 2022.
Cracks in the Energy Industry & the Global Political Economy: Using the Global Energy Crunch as a Chance to Change the Status Quo
According to Time is Money, the Financial Times Stock Exchange (FTSE) Index 100, which lists 100 of the largest companies from the London Stock Exchange (LSE), experienced a decline of 1.2% on October 6, 2021, while the LSE was coping with a record low of -2.0%.
Seoul, 18 October 2021- Less than a month after electricity prices spiralled for the first time in 8 years, South Korea’s government disclosed two revised