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The digital economy challenges international taxation rules as businesses provide services to consumers around the globe while residing in only one state. National governments, as well as international organisations, have attempted to challenge this status by introducing laws that either create new (digital service) taxes or apply existing indirect taxes to new digital business models, ranging from VAT on e-commerce to accommodation taxes on lodging marketplaces. The OECD G20 Base Erosion and Profit Shifting Project aims to create a harmonised framework, though its implementation across jurisdictions is still under deliberation. This thread tracks both the national proposals and the implementation of the OECD G20 Framework to provide an overview of how the digital economy will be taxed.

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