The European Parliament has established a new 45-member task force to work on the EU's Special Committee on Tax Rulings as well as investigations by the Committee of Inquiry into Money laundering, tax avoidance, and tax evasion.
The Committee will have a 12-month mandate and is mainly a response to revelations from 2017’s Paradise Papers and accusations that the European Parliament has done “too little, too late” to combat financial crime.
However, not all MEPs are happy with the creation of t...
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