European Commission names and shames seven EU member states on aggressive tax avoidance facilitation

The European Commission named and shamed seven EU Member States for facilitating tax avoidance on Wednesday. The European Semester country reports published on Wednesday signaled Belgium, Cyprus, Hungary, Ireland, Luxembourg, Malta and the Netherlands. Country reports underscored so-called “tax planning schemes,” that is, a byword for tax-avoidance. The European Commission also released a study that clearly delineates the criteria for the evaluation of member state tax policies. Source: New Europe


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