Why has the European Commission not investigated Lux Leaks tax deals?

Almost five years ago, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists published its Lux Leaks investigation, exposing how some of the world’s largest corporations cycled billions of dollars through Luxembourg ... Read More
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Liechtenstein and Peru removed from EU “gray” list of tax havens

Liechtenstein and Peru are compliant with EU laws on tax after implementing necessary reforms and were therefore removed from EU “gray” list of tax havens, the Council of the ... Read More
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Positions, problems and prospects of EU ‘digital tax’ proposal

Explained: The EU ‘Digital Tax’ Scramble EU finance ministers met last weekend for the fourth time this year to agree on a tax levy targeting large digital multinationals such ... Read More
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EU leaders to urge progress on digital tax despite concerns, draft says

European Union leaders are expected to call for progress on new rules to tax companies’ digital revenues at a summit next week in Brussels, according to draft conclusions of ... Read More

The New EU Rules for Anti-Money Laundering and Tax Avoidance Enter Into Force

Strengthened EU rules to tackle money laundering, tax avoidance and terrorism financing enter into force The Juncker Commission has made the fight against tax avoidance, money laundering and terrorism ... Read More

IMF recommends lower, broader Corporate Tax for Luxembourg

Further corporate tax reforms may be needed to Luxembourg’s tax regime for foreign companies if it is to maintain its appeal while responding to international tax initiatives, the International ... Read More

Malta accused of being tax haven as it takes EU presidency

Country helped multinationals avoid paying more than £12bn in taxes from 2012 to 2015, says report from Green MEPs Malta has been accused of being a tax haven, just ... Read More
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Countries adopt multilateral convention to close tax treaty loopholes

More than 100 jurisdictions have concluded negotiations on a multilateral instrument that will swiftly implement a series of  tax treaty measures to update international tax rules and lessen the ... Read More

Cadbury’s Parent company made millions in profits but paid no corporation tax thanks to legal accounting techniques

Cadbury’s American owners paid no UK corporation tax last year Parent company Mondelez UK made profits of £177million in 2015 It should have handed over £36million – but the ... Read More
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European Parliament Begins Panama Papers Inquiry

The European Parliament has begun its inquiry into the Panama Papers with a hearing with the investigative journalists behind the leak. The European Parliament’s Committee of Inquiry into Money ... Read More
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