A second whistleblower involved in the "LuxLeaks" affair has announced that he intends to continue appealing against his criminal conviction.Read Full Story
Antoine Deltour, one of the whistleblowers at the center of the Luxleaks affair, has announced that he intends to continue the legal campaign to clear his name.Read Full Story
Seventy-four percent of UK executives surveyed by KPMG said they see Ireland as having one of the top three most competitive tax regimes. Read Full Story
A controversial road charging scheme that neighboring states says discriminates against foreign drivers has passed Germany's upper house of parliament, the Bundesrat.Read Full Story
Luxembourg is expected to be one of a number of member states to support Ireland in its appeal against the European Commission's ruling in the Apple state aid case.Read Full Story
The whistleblowers at the center of the so-called Luxleaks scandal have had their sentences reduced by a court in Luxembourg.Read Full Story
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