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The tiny Grand Duchy has been accused of being a tax haven after the OpenLux investigation revealed the country hosts 55,000 offshore companies.
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Austria is taking aim at tech giants the likes of Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon with the introduction of a 5% tax rate on digital companies' advertising revenues.
EU Parliament calls on member states to tax-exempt tampons
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EU plans to end individual states' veto power on taxes
Unanimous decisions on tax matters should be phased out gradually
EU Commission to propose qualified majority on tax issues
Brussels' plan would gradually abandon unanimous decisions by the European Council
Digital services tax off the table, tech giants off the hook
Digital services tax off the table, activists lament that EU finance ministers let tech giants off the hook.
Tech giants face EU digital tax under new proposals
The European Commission denies that it is specifically going after US giants like Facebook, Amazon, Apple and Google
EU 'close' to trade war with the US
The EU could tax whiskey 'n rye, bluejeans and boss hogs, as trade rhetoric ramps up.
EU seeks 'joint approach' on digital tax
European Commission wants level playing field, with online multinationals accused of paying too little tax
LuxLeaks tax whistleblowers appear in court to appeal convictions
Dozens of campaigners are in Luxembourg to call for the protection of whistleblowers.
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EU's Juncker takes swipe at Barroso over Goldman Sachs job
European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker has slammed his predecessor’s appointment as an advisor to Goldman Sachs due to the bank’s role in the financial…
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Whistleblowers "essential for democracy" says LuxLeaks lawyer
Antoine Deltour is the man at the heart of one of the biggest scandals of the last few years. He is going on trial in Luxembourg accused of having
EU tells big firms to be more transparent on tax
EU regulators have called on major multinationals to be more transparent in their tax dealings. The European Commission, the bloc’s executive arm
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Europe Weekly: Panama Papers and Ukraine referendum
The Panama Papers leaks had implications for politicians across Europe – from those whose names came up in the dossiers, to those who had already
EU's Vestager pushes on with corporate tax probes
Margrethe Vestager, the European competition commissioner, is set to go after corporate giants found to be not paying their fair share of tax.
EU orders Belgium to claw back extra taxes from major firms
EU regulators have told Belgium to claw back 700 million euros in extra taxes after they ruled 35 multinationals had benefitted from an illegal tax
Ten eurozone governments strike partial deal on transaction tax
Ten eurozone countries have agreed on some aspects of a harmonised tax on financial transactions. They want to finalise a deal by the middle of next
EU opens McDonald's tax probe
The European Commission has opened an investigation into the tax affairs of fast food giant McDonald’s. EU competition officials will look at the
Protesters blow whistles in Brussels to draw attention to the plight of whistleblowers and press freedom one year after Lux leaks
Activists from Oxfam and Eurodad gathered in Brussels to draw attention to the lack of protection for journalists and whistleblowers in the European Union.
MEPs want tougher tax rules
MEPs say EU governments should do more to improve corporate tax transparency in Europe. They want member states to sign up to a mandatory EU-wide
Major firms should no longer exploit fiscal loopholes to pay less tax
The European Commission says major firms should no longer be able to exploit fiscal loopholes to pay less tax on their profits. It wants companies
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Why you should not pay more for goods in other EU countries
Alex from Liège in Belgium asks: “I live in Belgium and want to go to Germany to buy household appliances and a new car. As a Belgian resident, are