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The comparability analysis plays an important role in the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU)’s case law on the fundamental freedoms: if the situations examined are not objectively comparable, a violation of the fundamental freedoms is not possible. However, the CJEU does not follow a...
Assessment of the time at which newly introduced or amended legislation takes effect is difficult. This is due to the possibility that some legal rules apply to situations existing before their entry into force. These rules are in principle retroactively applicable. The CJEU evaluates...
Over the last two decades, the European Union (EU) and various European States have proposed or created several taxes aimed at increasing the overall tax burden to which the financial sector is currently subject. The interest in new taxable events and the need to regulate financial markets’...
In the wake of growing interest around cryptocurrencies, the possible issuance by central banks of their own digital currency has been a topic of debate worldwide. However, little attention has been given to the relevancy of electronic and digital payments (including a possible digital euro) in...
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