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Nigeria says it has found 700,000 companies in the country that have never paid tax. It is tracking down non-payers to top up its treasury as oil industry revenue fall from low prices.
Budget airline Ryanair has accused the Greek government of ignoring its attempts to talk about reducing airport taxes in the low season in return for increased…
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…
EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager has been defending the decision to order Apple to pay 13 billion euros in back tax to the Irish government.
Ireland's government insisted it has done nothing wrong as the Dublin parliament debated its fight with the European Commission over Apple's tax bill.
Jerome Cahuzac says his first secret account was used to fund the political movement of former French PM Michel Rocard.
The Irish government says 'We don't want the money' as it decides to appeal against the EU ordering Apple to pay billions in back taxes.
State of the Union is euronews’ weekly round up of the top stories from Brussels.
Following Dubai's example, Qatar's Hamad International Airport in Doha is charging departing and transit travellers to use the facility.
In an effort to ‘jump start’ the US economy and also his faultering election campaign, which has been batterered by a series of recent controversies, Donald Trump has outlined his economic…
The US tax authorities say Facebook may have unfairly cut its tax bill by understating by "billions of dollars" the value of intellectual property it transferred to Ireland in 2010.
France has stepped up its efforts to grab some of the London banking business that could be displaced by Britain's decision to leave the European Union.
Finance minister George Osborne plans to cut UK business tax to less than 15 percent to try to cushion the effects of Brexit.
The price of Britain leaving the European Union will be higher taxes and government spending cuts according to UK finance minister George Osborne.
The Lionel Messi tax fraud trial concluded on Friday with a verdict expected to be delivered at the beginning of next week.
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has confirmed he will delay a scheduled sales tax increase by two-and-a-half years from April 2017 to 2019.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe plans to delay an increase in the country's sales tax by two and a half years to avoid the economy faltering more.
The Australian government has said it will look again at a planned tax hike for foreign travellers who work in the country after farmers complained it has created a shortage of fruit pickers.
The Greek capital saw a third day of rallies as the parliament prepared to vote on a series of reforms including tax hikes and pension cuts. Athens is hoping to push through the reforms required by th
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
Two former employees of the accountancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) go on trial today in Luxembourg along with a French journalist. Antoine
A world away from Panama, the sleepy eastern Hungarian village of Komlóska has become a kind of tax haven to survive, eliminating local taxes to bring in more than 100 companies.
EU regulators have called on major multinationals to be more transparent in their tax dealings. The European Commission, the bloc’s executive arm
Cellist Sergei Roldugin says he uses the cash to support Russian music and cultural projects
German finance minister Wolfgang Schäuble, has waded into the Panama Papers controversy by suggesting that offshore registers should be created that name company owners which are then shared internati
David Cameron has released a summary of his tax returns from the last six years. Amongst other details, they show the British Prime Minister paid
The Panama Papers leaks had implications for politicians across Europe – from those whose names came up in the dossiers, to those who had already