Generally, one country does not enforce tax imposed by another country. However, many governments no longer see this principle as appropriate for a global economy. Under international agreements, tax authorities may not only exchange certain information with each other but sometimes a tax authority may collect tax due to a revenue authority in another country. The EU often encourages such mutual assistance.

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