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European Commission's CCCTB proposal 'will not fix the problem of transfer pricing and corporate tax dodging'

Tuesday October 25 2016 Today, Eurodad reacted to the upcoming proposal from the European Commission for a Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB). Tove Ryding, Tax Justice Coordinator for the European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad) said: "The European Commission is talking about a new and improved tax system, with so-called "consolidation" of the tax base. If this happened, the transfer pricing loophole, which allows multinational corporations to dodge taxes in the EU, would ...

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Disappointment as European Commission fails to address tax dodging

New Corporate Tax Package opens up new opportunities for corporate tax speculation and lower tax payments Wednesday June 17 2015 Eurodad today expressed disappointment at the European Commission’s new corporate tax package which failed to take tough decisions that will help bring an end to tax dodging.   The package, announced by Commissioner Moscovici, fails to take the logical step of consolidating the profits of transnational companies across European countries, postponing ...

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CSOs protest as European Commission hires opponent of corporate transparency to assess corporate transparency

After strongly opposing any publication of data through corporate country by country reporting, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has been hired by the European Commission to do an impact assessment of public country by country reporting for banks in the EU. This has led more than 30 civil society organisations from across Europe to send a letter to the European Commission urging them to cancel the contract with PwC. Tove Maria Ryding, Tax Coordinator for the European Network on Debt and Development ...
The European Commission’s new private sector plan reveals an attempt to redraw European development cooperation to promote policy change in developing countries. There is a strong likelihood that this will mean pushing an agenda that is friendly to ...