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01 June 2016 / news

Quoted: The European Commission’s 2016 Approach towards State Aid in Tax Matters

The current European Commission (Commission) has the objective to close loopholes that enable multinationals to shift profits for tax avoidance purposes. To bring tax reform forward the Commission aims to use all tools at its disposal, including enforcement of state aid rules, aiming at establishing fair tax competition within the EU.

Read more about the European Commission’s 2016 Approach towards State Aid in Tax Matters in this edition of the Quoted below or download the PDF version.



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