According to an evaluation published on 16 September by the European Commission, EU's tax transparency rules on the exchange of information between its states are useful when tackling tax avoidance.

The report provides a snapshot of the legislation underpinning the automatic exchange of tax information on non-financial income and assets of some 16 million taxpayers within Europe, of information exchanges on financial accounts, as well as on the tax rulings that EU States provide multinational...


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