Businesses aim to move focus on tax transparency beyond income tax

By |december 12th, 2019|corporate tax, country by country reporting, European Commission, Fairer Corporate Tax System, News, tax, tax avoidance|

After national capitals blocked a deal to force multinationals to publish the income tax they pay in the EU last month, businesses representatives argued that corporate tax should not be the sole tax transparency target during an event at EURACTIV.

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Why are European countries against fiscal transparency?

By |december 2nd, 2019|country by country reporting, European Parliament, News, tax avoidance, tax transparency|

After three years of blocking negotiations, the European Council finally voted on whether to secure fiscal transparency in the EU. True to form, they voted against it, writes Luis Garicano.

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How the EU wants countries to tweak transport policy

By |junij 6th, 2019|country by country reporting, News|

The European Commission unveiled a whole series of country-by-country recommendations on Wednesday (5 June), including guidance on how to improve transport links and boost sustainability through shrewd investments.

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Oxfam exposes tax haven habits of big European banks

By |marec 27th, 2017|aggressive tax planning, country by country reporting, News, public country by country reporting, tax havens, tax transparency|

The 20 biggest banks in the eurozone booked over a quarter of their 2015 profits in tax havens, with Luxembourg and Ireland the favourite destinations, a report by Oxfam said on Monday (27 March).

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Juncker’s missing scenario: Empower the member states

By |marec 15th, 2017|corporate tax, country by country reporting, EU integration, harmonised standards, Jean-Claude Juncker, multi-speed EU, News, white paper future of Europe|

President Jean-Claude Juncker presented five scenarios for the future of Europe. But there is a sixth option, which is better than those sketched out in the White Paper, reveals Karl Aiginger.

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