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The European Commission revealed on Tuesday a new recovery package for Europe’s small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), as well as revised EU corporate taxation rules.
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Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) grilled EU Finance Commissioner Mairead McGuinness on Thursday after they claimed a document sent by the bloc's executive urges EU countries to weaken their tax transparency requirements.
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The European Commission had said that a 2012 tax ruling by Luxembourg toward a Fiat company was in breach of the bloc's state aid rules.
These EU countries have spent €300bn to ease the cost of living crisis
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France uses AI to detect more than 20,000 undeclared swimming pools
Tax authorities have used the technology on a regional basis, but will now roll it out nationwide.
Global Corporate Tax: France says EU can bypass Hungarian veto
The French Economy Minister said on Thursday that he is working on "alternative solutions" to enable member states to implement the 15% levy on large multinationals despite Budapest's veto.
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Portugal is currently seen as attractive to crypto investors thanks to current tax rules that don't apply to cryptocurrencies.
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The two countries want the EU fiscal rules to become more simple, transparent and realistic.
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Joe Biden's bipartisan infrastructure plan has stalled after a disagreement over how to regulate and tax crypto in the US.
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The arguments of the Irish government to oppose a global effort to reform the tax system are not convincing and might push Ireland farther away from the EU, argues Trinity's Dr Jim Charles Stewart.
Ireland, Hungary & Estonia opt out of tax deal and jeopardise EU unity
The three countries, which represent around 4% of the EU's GDP, did not sign up to a landmark OECD technical agreement to overhaul the global tax system.
OECD: 130 countries agree on minimum global corporate tax rate
130 countries have backed a global corporate tax rate but Hungary and Ireland were among a small group of countries that did not join the framework.