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In order to facilitate tax relief to deal with the ramifications of the Corona virus, the European Commission temporarily eased the EU’s state aid framework. This contribution will provide a first glance of some of the tax-related measures taken both within and outside of the scope of state aid...
Member States had to have implemented the anti-earnings stripping rules by 1 January 2019. In this article these rules are evaluated from an economic and EU law perspective. The author concludes that the rules are probably not in breach of EU law because they are implemented without distinction...
In December 2017, the European Union published for the first time a list of non-cooperative jurisdictions for tax purposes aiming at creating a dynamic tool in the battle against tax avoidance, whilst promoting worldwide tax good governance. This article aims to examine the efficiency of this...
In 2021, the VAT rules for e-commerce will change. As a result, virtually all supplies of goods to private individuals will be subject to VAT in the EU Member State of arrival of the goods. The declaration of VAT on distance sales of goods originating from third countries or third territories...
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