PwC statement on the 38th report of the Public Accounts Committee

Published at 00:01 AM on 06 February 2015

We stand by the evidence we gave the Public Accounts Committee and disagree with its conclusions about the work we do.  But we recognise we need to do more to explain the positive role we play in the tax system and in helping businesses to operate successfully.

We agree the tax system is too complex, as governments compete for investment and tax revenues.  We take our responsibility to build trust in the tax system seriously and will continue to support reform.



Laetitia Lynn, senior PR manager:  [email protected] ,   020 7212 3761 or 07875 840383


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