German chemicals manufacturer BASF is being accused by the by the European Greens of avoiding almost €1 billion of tax.
In a report published by the Greens, the company is accused of using complex tax-planning strategies in Belgium, the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland and Malta to reduce its tax obligations.
While tech companies like Google and Apple may steal the headlines by engineering spectacularly low effective tax rates for major European subsidiaries, this report presents evidence...
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