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The OECD is set to launch a new plan that aims to get more countries involved in its clampdown on international tax avoidance, proposing a new framework that will bring together nations from outside the G20.
Any countries that join the OECD's new forum will participate as BEPS associates in an extension of the OECD's Committee on Fiscal Affairs (CFA), as the OECD looks to continue its battle against widespread multinational tax avoidance.
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