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While media reports largely focussed on trade policy – an area the G20 has never made important decisions on – the real impact of the new US administration has been to severely limit the scope of new initiatives planned by the G20 this year, highlighting ...
On Monday 12 December, more than 100 campaigners from over 20 countries across Europe were in Luxembourg to show support for the LuxLeaks whistleblowers Antoine Deltour and Raphaël Halet, as well as journalist, Edouard Perrin, at the start of their retrial. ...
During the UNCTAD 14 conference, which took place in Nairobi, Kenya from July 17-22, developing countries fought for recognition of their right to participate on an equal footing in international tax negotiations. However, this proposal was met with opposition ...
331 CSOs, including Eurodad, have sent a letter to decision-makers ahead the fourteenth session of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), taking place in Nairobi next week. The letter urges UNCTAD member states to preserve ...
Eurodad has produced two briefings, one on Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) and public country by country reporting (CBCR), the other on DFIs and public disclosure of beneficial ownership (BO). The briefings put forward general recommendations ...
Read the open letter below or download a PDF version here. Jean-Claude Juncker President of the European Commission 200, Rue de la Loi 1049 Brussels Brussels, 5 April, 2016 Commission proposal on disclosure of income tax information by ...
Pierre Moscovici, the European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs, has stated on multiple occasions that he supports public country by country reporting. See his statement at a press conference on 28 January 2016 ...
What makes public country by country reporting truly effective? Use this checklist to ensure that a proposal on public country by country reporting (CbCR) will be effective and allow the public to know whether multinational corporations are involved in ...
China has taken the helm of the G20, hosting the first meeting of G20 Finance Ministers last week, while global storm clouds are brewing. The Ministers’ short communiqué underwhelmed many observers, despite a shift towards recognising that greater ...
Background On February 26-27, the G20 will be asked to approve a proposal from the OECD to establish a so-called “Inclusive Framework”. According to the OECD, this will ensure that developing countries can now participate on an “equal footing” ...