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***Photo call on Thursday 28 November at 8:30am at Schuman: Civil society organisations will hold a public action outside the Council of EU Member States***Three years have passed since the European Commission published a legislative proposal for mandatory ...
Dear Ambassador,  We welcome the innovations in this year´s draft UN General Assembly Resolution on “External Debt Sustainability and Development” (A/C.2/74/L.9). The new wave of debt crises threatens to derail the 2030 Development Agenda and ...

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Eurodad response to OECD consultation on international tax rules

Tove Ryding

14 Nov 2019 11:30:37

Together with members and allies from across Europe, Eurodad has submitted a response to the OECD consultation on the secretariat’s proposal for new international rules to determine the way taxing rights are allocated between countries. The submission, which can be found in full here, among other things highlights that: The signatories welcome the growing recognition of the shortcomings of the transfer pricing system and the arm’s length principle. Furthermore, the signatories welcome the growing recognition of the value of taxing multinational corporations on the basis of their global consolidated profits, with taxing rights being allocated between governments based on an agreed formula and supplemented by a minimum effective tax rate. However, as it stands, the signatories consider the ...
On 4-6 November 2019, the UNCTAD Intergovernmental Group of Experts on Financing for Development met in Geneva to continue discussions on the issues, concerns and challenges raised in the Addis Ababa Action Agenda. In advance of the meeting, Eurodad made ...
The 2019 World Bank (WB) and International Monetary Fund (IMF) Annual meetings last week marked the 75th anniversary of the Bretton Woods Institutions (BWIs). However, there was little cause for celebration. The meetings took place amid a bleak global ...
OCTOBER 2019, Washington D.C: 35 civil society organisations have today signed a declaration rejecting the IMF austerity policies implemented in Ecuador, Argentina and Haiti and raising the following social and economic concerns which are now evident ...
Cracks in the broken tax system exposed as the European court rules that a tax deal between Luxembourg and Fiat was illegal state aid, while another between the Netherlands and Starbucks was not. In reaction to the ruling, Eurodad's tax coordinator, Tove ...

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Eurodad response to International Consortium of Investigative Journalists' #MauritiusLeaks

Today, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists released another ground breaking tax exposure. The #MauritiusLeaks show how multinational corporations from all over the world have used Mauritius to avoid taxes, including on their own operations in some of the world’s poorest countries. Reacting to the leaks, Tove Maria Ryding, Tax Coordinator at the European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad), said: “#MauritiusLeaks is yet another shocking example of large-scale international ...
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