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#Taxation: Google, Apple, IKEA and McDonalds probed by Tax Rulings II Committee

#Taxation: Google, Apple, IKEA and McDonalds probed by Tax Rulings II Committee

Google, Apple, Inter-IKEA Group and McDonald’s would welcome more clarity and certainty about their tax liabilities in the EU, but they are concerned about the administrative compliance costs and reluctant to see tax data being made public. So said their representatives at a public hearing, held by Parliament’s Special Committee on Tax Rulings II on […]

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#EuropeanParliament: Migration, taxation and Turkey’s role on this week’s agenda

#EuropeanParliament: Migration, taxation and Turkey’s role on this week’s agenda

While heads of state and governments will try to work out the details of the EU-Turkey migration deal during the last European summit in Brussels on 17-18 March, parliamentary committees will also be dealing with migration issues this week. MEPs vote on proposals for relocation schemes for refugees and EU humanitarian visa and also asses […]

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#Taxes: Multinationals and tax authorities appear before tax rulings committee

#Taxes: Multinationals and tax authorities appear before tax rulings committee

Parliament”s special committee on tax rulings discusses tax measures with representatives from multinationals and various tax authorities on Monday 14 March and Tuesday 15 March. Participants include Andorra, Liechtenstein, Monaco and the Channel Islands as well as Apple, Google, IKEA and McDonald’s. MEPs have the opportunity to question them, especially regarding the latest developments in […]

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Taxing issue: Multinationals respond to Parliament proposals to make them pay their fair share

Taxing issue: Multinationals respond to Parliament proposals to make them pay their fair share

| November 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

A tax system ‘unfit for purpose’ Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, told the tax rulings committee that something needed to be done. “The current system of corporate tax rules is unfit for purpose and unjust. Some companies are losing out, whereas others win by hiding behind a variety of national rules,” he said […]

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Plenary session 12-13 November (Brussels)

Plenary session 12-13 November (Brussels)

| November 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

Newsletter Final draft agenda Download newsletter in PDF format Highlights Commemorating the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 MEPs will commemorate the 25th anniversary of citizens peacefully tearing down the Berlin Wall and paving the way for German reunification. On Wednesday 12 November, European Parliament President Martin Schulz will deliver a statement after opening […]

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Future of Europe: Vice-President Viviane Reding to debate with citizens in Stockholm

Future of Europe: Vice-President Viviane Reding to debate with citizens in Stockholm

| October 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

The future of Europe, citizens’ rights and the recovery from the economic crisis are the topics to be discussed at the 33rd Citizens’ Dialogue (see Annex) with Vice-President Viviane Reding (pictured) and 350 citizens in Stockholm. The debate will take place on 15 October and Vice-President Reding will be joined by Swedish Minister for EU […]

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