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Liselott Kana

Born in Stockholm in 1955, she graduated from Stockholm University with a Bachelor of Law degree and went on to get a Master of Law at the London School of Economics in 1984. After working for Arthur Andersen in London, she has, since 1990, been involved in international issues in Chile, first at the Ministry of Economy (Foreign Investment Committee) and then at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In 1997, she was appointed head of international taxation at the Revenue Agency in charge of, amongst other international issues, the negotiation of taxation treaties. She teaches international taxation at the Catholic University in Santiago and is a member of the United Nations group of tax experts.

Courses:
South American Tax Treaty Policy

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