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DPTDoctor of Physical Therapy
DPTDepartment
DPTDiverted Profits Tax (UK)
DPTDepartment of Personnel and Training (Virginia)
DPTDigital Photography Techniques (magazines)
DPTDollar per Transaction
DPTDiphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus
DPTDirty Pretty Things (band)
DPTDépartement de Physique Théorique (French: Department of Theoretical Physics; various locations)
DPTDiabetes Prevention Trial (National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases)
DPTDigital Printing Technologies (Traverse City, MI)
DPTDeep Pressure Therapy (psychiatry)
DPTDiopter
DPTDouble Patterning Technology (integrated circuit manufacturing)
DPTDublin Port Tunnel (Dublin, Ireland)
DPTDays Prior To
DPTDisk Performance Tester
DPTDynamic Packet Transport
DPTDial Pulse Terminate
DPTDesign Proof Test
DPTDrive Parameter Table
DPTDigital Prototyping
DPTDynamic Packet Transport (Cisco)
DPTDavy Process Technology (UK)
DPTDepartment of Parking and Traffic (San Francisco, CA)
DPTDruk Phuensum Tshogpa (Bhutan United Party)
DPTDocument de Politique Transversale (Cross-cutting Policy Statement)
DPTDistributed Processing Technology
DPTDevlet Planlama Teskilati (State Planning Agency of Turkey)
DPTDonation-Partage Transgénérationnelle (French: Transgenerational Gift-Sharing; tax planning)
DPTDew Point Temperature
DPTDirect Push Technology
DPTDifferential Pressure Transmitter
DPTDunlop Phoenix Tournament (golf; Japan)
DPTDemocratic Party of Turkmenistan
DPTDynamic Penetrometer Test (geotechnology)
DPTDixie Power Trio (band)
DPTDirection des Produits Thérapeutiques (French: Therapeutic Products Directorate; Canada)
DPTN,N-Dipropyltryptamine (psychedelic drug)
DPTDrive Parameter Tracking (monitors parameters)
DPTDigital Proprietary Telephone
DPTDouble Plays Turned (baseball)
DPTDevelopment Prototype
DPTDial Pulse Terminating
DPTDiocesan Pastoral Team
DPTDrejtoria e Përgjithshme E Tatimeve (Albanian: General Directorate of Taxs)
DPTData Processing Team
DPTData Processing Terminal
DPTDistribution-Preserving Tomlinson
DPTDeployable Proficiency Trainer
DPTDirector of Plans & Training
DPTDistributed Physical Test (Hekimian)
DPTDemocratic Party Tajikistan
DPTDynamic Project Team (IRS)
DPTDie Penetrant Test(ing)
DPTDate Paid Through
DPTDeep Pressure Touch
DPTDécouverte Professionnelle et Technologique (French: Vocational and Technological Discovery)
DPTDurable Press Treatment (fabrics)
DPTDigital Pad Table (Sprint)
DPTDual Path Transceiver
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Jamie also has a national role and heads up Deloitte's diverted profits tax team in the UK.
And that, I think, has meant that countries who want to grab, if you will, a larger share, who believe they deserve a larger share of the profits of inbound multinationals, multinationals selling into their jurisdiction, are tending to do it either by enacting a diverted profits tax, like we have in the U.K.
The Treasury said it was clear the new 25% diverted profits tax introduced by Chancellor George Osborne was having an impact.
Reacting to yesterday's move, the Treasury claimed the 25 per cent diverted profits tax introduced by George Osborne was having an impact.
In response to public anger over corporate tax avoidance, the government last year introduced the "diverted profits tax", widely known as the "Google tax", after the search giant operated a similar structure to Facebook's.
government introduced the diverted profits tax - widely known as the Google Tax - which was set at 25 percent and aimed at punishing companies using convoluted structures to avoid paying tax on their profits in the U.K.
Included in the GBP130m tax payment was GBP18m in interest, but no penalties or payments under the government's diverted profits tax, also known as "Google tax", Hutchinson told MPs.
Mr Osborne argues that it was previously paying nothing and points to the introduction last year of a diverted profits tax to target companies which artificially shift revenues from Britain to countries with lower tax rates.
The Diverted Profits Tax (or "Google Tax") which came in last year will mean when you sell web adverts in Britain, you can't book the sale in Dublin, Amsterdam or the British Virgin Islands.
The efficacy of Mr Osborne's diverted profits tax, (aka the Google Tax) will be significantly enhanced once the OECD's 'Base Erosion and Profit Shifting' project is completed by the end of the year.