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The European Commission has called on Spain to lower the penalties it applies to taxpayers who fail to report assets held abroad. Read Full Story
Members of the European Parliament have called on the European Commission to immediately put forward plans for an "effective and comprehensive whistle-blower protection program." Read Full Story
EU Tax Commissioner Pierre Moscovici has said that the European Commission is "very disappointed" by the result of Switzerland's recent referendum on corporate tax reform. Read Full Story
The International Monetary Fund has said Ireland must ensure that it does not shrink its tax base when reining in the Universal Social Charge, which is levied in addition to individual income tax. Read Full Story
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland fully supports the Government's decision to appeal the European Commission's decision in the Apple state aid case, its Chief Executive, Mark Redmond, has said. Read Full Story
On February 6, the EU Council released a Roadmap for the tax reform measures that are being progressed by the Maltese Presidency of the European Union. Read Full Story
The Italian Minister of the Economy and Finance, Pier Carlo Padoan, sent a letter to the European Commission on February 1, confirming that Italy will introduce additional budgetary measures to reduce its forecasted fiscal deficit for this year. Read Full Story
Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan has argued that the reaction to the European Commission's decision in the Apple state aid case has "painted an outdated and unfair caricature of Ireland's position on tax that is at odds with the evidence and overlooks our proven track record in recent years." Read Full Story
China's Ministry of Commerce says it is strongly against the imposition by the European Union of substantial anti-dumping duties on Chinese steel product exports into the European Union. Read Full Story
The European Commission has put forward a proposal to allow member states to expand their use of the value-added tax "reverse charge mechanism" for fraud-prone goods. Read Full Story
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