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Get #Multinationals to disclose where they pay #Taxes, MEPs tell member states

Get #Multinationals to disclose where they pay #Taxes, MEPs tell member states

| October 24, 2019

MEPs today (24 October) adopted a resolution urging member states to work on long-overdue rules obliging multinationals to disclose what taxes they pay in each country. The resolution, adopted by 572 votes in favour, 42 against and 21 abstentions, urges member states to agree a position on the legislative proposal requiring public country-by-country reporting of […]

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Fakes and truth in modern #Lithuania politics

Fakes and truth in modern #Lithuania politics

| February 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

Fake news has become a great problem in our life. Questionable news and lack of clarity can seriously influence society and bring chaos to the minds of ordinary people, writes Adomas Abromaitis.  Last week, a typical event occured in Lithuania. A couple of local Lithuanian media outlets published news report claimed German soldiers raped a […]

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#Taxes: EU to force large companies to disclose more tax details

#Taxes: EU to force large companies to disclose more tax details

Following the leak of the Panama Papers, the European Union has revealed its latest plans to force large companies to disclose more about their tax affairs. They will have to declare publicly how much tax they pay in each EU country as well as any activities carried out in specific tax havens, reported BBC News. […]

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Tackling tax avoidance: Commission proposes tightening key EU corporate tax legislation

Tackling tax avoidance: Commission proposes tightening key EU corporate tax legislation

| November 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

On 25 November, the European Commission will adopt a proposal to amend the Parent Subsidiary Directive (2011/96/EU) in order to close off opportunities for corporate tax avoidance. The Parent Subsidiary Directive was originally conceived to prevent the double taxation of same-group companies based in different member states. However, loopholes in the Directive have been exploited […]

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