Tax Justice

EU fails to introduce real public country by country reporting

“We’re in a middle of a global crisis, but while many big multinational corporations are cashing in record profits, large-scale corporate tax avoidance continues to cost our societies billions of Euros in lost tax income every year. We know that public country by country reporting can help solve this problem, and that is why we need urgent action. Sadly, today’s agreement has been watered down so much that it will not be effective.”

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  • CBCR
Tove Ryding

Eurodad reaction to the European Commission’s Communication on Business Taxation

It has never been more urgent and important to fix our broken corporate tax system.

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  • Global Processes

Development Finance Watch - Reaction to the ECJ ruling on Amazon and ENGIE tax state aid cases

#Covid19 #Amazon #Tax #ENGIE #PCD #Debt #Biden #JobVacancy #Events

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  • Stop Tax Dodging
Tove Ryding

Eurodad reaction to ECJ ruling on Amazon and ENGIE tax state aid cases

While the Commission’s state aid cases are important for shining a light on the problems, they are not the solution. We need to throw the current corporate tax system in the bin and replace it with a system fit for the 21st century.

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  • Stop Tax Dodging

The Civil Society FfD Group's reaction to the 2021 Financing for Development Forum

This year, the ECOSOC Financing for Development Forum took place virtually from 12 and 15 April.

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  • Global Processes
Tove Ryding

Eurodad reacts to allegations that French government used a corporate lobby document as the basis for their official position in EU negotiations on public country by country reporting.

Corporate tax avoidance costs countries hundreds of billions of Euros in lost tax income every year. Fighting this should be top priority for any government, not least when we’re in the middle of the Covid-19 crisis.

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  • CBCR
Eurodad

Open letter to MEPs defending real public country by country reporting in trialogue negotiations.

Eighty civil society organisations, trade unions and networks from across Europe and all other regions urge MEPs to stand firm in defence of public country-by-country reporting.

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  • Stop Tax Dodging
Eurodad

Spring Meetings 2021: Yet another insufficient response to the Covid-19 crisis?

Eurodad's policy experts reflect on the 2021 IMF and WBG spring meetings, raising concerns of an insufficient response and the inability of the Bretton Woods Institutions to put global social equity at the heart of long-term plans to rebuild fairer post-pandemic.

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  • Global Processes
Jean Saldanha

IMF-WB Spring Meetings: Missed opportunities risk creating another lost decade for development

Eurodad Director Jean Saldanha reflects on the 2021 World Bank and IMF Spring Meetings.

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  • Global Processes
Julia Ravenscroft

Comments from Eurodad on recent announcements from the US administration regarding the OECD-led tax negotiations in the Inclusive Framework

According to the Financial Times and other news media, the US Administration has put forward specific proposals for the design of future global tax standards, which are currently being negotiated within the OECD-led “Inclusive Framework”.

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