by Jacob Stein California Business Law Practitioner Volume 30 / Number 1 - Winter 2014
Our journey begins with a misnomer, "International taxation." The body of law addressed in this article has nothing to do with international taxation. There will be no discussion of the French VAT, the Italian IRPEF, or the Swedish PAYE. What is commonly referred to "international taxation" deals entirely with U.S. taxation - more accurately, U.S. taxation of cross-border transactions.
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