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U.S. corporate tax policy in the Trump era - Tax Break(fast)

Date:  15 mars 2017


De 8h00 à 9h10


Chambre Vaudoise du Commerce et de l'Industrie (CVCI)

Av. d'Ouchy 47 - 1006 Lausanne

Numerous proposals to reform the US international corporate tax system have been put forward over the years. Recently, this debate has moved to center stage with the release of the Republican Tax Plans. These proposals include in particular a reduction of US corporate income tax rates as well as a controversial “border adjusted” tax policy which would, many claim, exempt exports and tax imports into the US.

In the context of its tax break(fast) events, the Tax Policy Center of the University of Lausanne is proud to welcome a leading US tax expert, Professor David Rosenbloom, to discuss these proposals and their possible impact for Switzerland and Europe if they were enacted. The presentation will be followed by a panel discussion led by Professor Robert Danon and Professor Jean-Pierre Danthine. This event is jointly organized with the Swiss-American Chamber of Commerce (Amcham) and the CVCI.

We look forward to welcoming you to this event.



GENERAL INFORMATION: please contact Mrs Doriana Ferreira

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