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Automatic for the people

Added 20 Nov 2013
This paper examines the current situation, the challenges facing developing countries’ participation in Automatic Information Exchange (AIE), the options for meeting these challenges, and the risks of not addressing the integration of developing countries at the start of this process. It concludes by recommending actions that can help to guarantee this global problem has a truly global solution.

Among the paper’s recommendations are proposals highlighting the need to include developing countries and their needs in the process for formulating a new AIE standard, to ensure a global commitment to multilateralism with open access to all, to provide for asymmetry in the approach so that developing countries can focus on maximising the benefits, and to include assurances for data transparency and accountability.

Read the full policy paper.