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Minimum tax: a great deal for the rich

By Danuše Nerudová / 16 June, 2021

Last week, the G7 announced to support a 15 per cent minimum global corporate tax rate in order to eliminate profit shifting into the low tax countries. The agreed tax rate represents a big compromise as it is far from the rates suggested by the US (21 per cent) and […]

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Tax avoidance by multinational corporations: how to build alliances for reform

By Thomas Paster / 16 October, 2019

Yet, the reforms undertaken in recent years are insufficient to eliminate tax avoidance by multinational corporations.

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By Laurent Alexandre / 20 June, 2018

Laurent Alexandre talks about the delay in the European Union’s response.

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Tax us if you can: big tech’s challenge to the state

By Richard Murphy / 13 February, 2018

Tech companies have simply not sent their cash back but have instead parked it in tax havens, and most notably Bermuda.

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How can we ensure that the internet giants pay their fair share of tax?

By Pervenche Berès / 9 February, 2018

The digital revolution, our policies need to evolve to deal with this new type of wealth creation.

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European digital market and creative industries: has the right strategy been chosen?

By Hervé Rony / 22 December, 2017

The European Commission has made the creation of a digital market one of its highest priorities.

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Implications of the EU’s declarations relating to cyber security and access to the Digital Single Market

By Mark Skilton / 22 December, 2017

There are several challenges that need to be faced in order to achieve the goal of a Digital Single Market in the EU

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The internet and the second era of democracy

By Don Tapscott / 12 January, 2017

To restore legitimacy and trust we need a second era of democracy.

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