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News blackout amid Polish protest over 'blow to free media' tax
Independent media in Poland suspended their news coverage for 24 hours on Wednesday over a planned new advertising tax, which they say will undermine press freedoms.
Luxembourg rejects new tax haven claims
A year-long investigation by sixteen media outlets combed through four billion publicly-available documents found that a third of companies in Luxembourg are holdings that allow for favourable tax treatment.
EU says in appeal that Apple tax ruling was 'contradictory'
Brussels is appealing a court ruling that said Apple did not have to repay €13 billion in back taxes to Ireland.
France resumes tax on tech giants, seeks deal with US
The tax brought about €400 million to the French budget last year, but the government agreed to suspend it in 2020, in exchange for an American promise to drop the tariff threat pending talks on an international deal on taxing online companies.
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It found that people's plans changed a lot depending on which country they lived in.
Adding a ‘carbon tax’ on meat could save the planet, say experts
Could increasing the price of meat help protect the planet and human health?
UK taxman trebles number of probes into professional footballers
HRMC is currently investigating 246 professional football players, up from 87 in the 2018/2019 season, according to an accountancy firm.
'A marathon not a sprint': EU competition chief reacts to Apple defeat
The EU was dealt a blow Wednesday when the union's second-highest court ruled that Apple did not have to pay €13 billion in Irish back taxes
EU plans tax overhaul to shore up post-lockdown economy
It came as Brussels suffered a setback when a court rejected a European Commission demand that Apple should pay €13 billion in Irish back taxes.
Apple and Ireland win appeal against €13 billion EU tax demand
The ruling comes as a defeat to Margrethe Vestager made tax crackdowns a key feature of her tenure as the competition commissioner.
US Supreme Court rules prosecutors can obtain Trump's tax records
The US Supreme Court ruled that prosecutors can obtain Trump's tax returns but that Congress cannot.
France will delay digital tax on technology giants after talks with US
France's finance minister said that the country would delay its tax after repeatedly saying they would not back down in the face of pressure from the United States.
Tiny Italian enclave in Switzerland now belongs to Italy... again
The enclave has ping-ponged between Italy and Switzerland over the years. Now it's back with Rome.
France says EU ready to respond strongly to latest US tariff threat
French Finance minister Bruno Le Maire said on Monday that the US threat to impose duties of up to 100% on €2.17 billion in imports from France was "unacceptable" and that the EU stood ready to "respond strongly" in case Washington went ahead with the plan.