The EU Commission has welcomed the agreement reached by member states on new anti-tax avoidance rules.
Aggressive tax practices by large companies need to be fought efficiently and effectively, so this is the reason why the EU Commission has first proposed these legally-binding rules on January.
This newly agreed package is considered particularly timely, given the recent Panama Papers revelations. This Anti Tax Avoidance Package, calls on Member States to take a stronger and more coordina...
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