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HM Revenue and Customs has welcomed a court ruling against arrangements that sought to avoid value-added tax at "gentlemen's clubs." 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Noonan has argued that the reaction to the European Commission's decision in the Apple state aid case has "painted an outdated and unfair caricature of Ireland's position on tax that is at odds with the evidence and overlooks our proven track record in recent years."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
The European Free Trade Association Surveillance Authority has issued guidance designed to help public authorities and companies identify when public support measures can be granted free of state aid, including with regards to tax legislation and administrative rulings. Read Full Story
The European Court of Human Rights has endorsed the decision of French authorities to compel UBS to put up a EUR1.1bn (USD1.16bn) security in its case against the bank concerning alleged tax fraud. Read Full Story
According to an opinion of Advocate General Campos Sánchez-Bordona delivered on January 12 to the Court of Justice of the European Union, Italy should not be precluded from taking both criminal and administrative action following a taxpayer's failure to pay value-added tax. Read Full Story
A planned free trade agreement between Europe and Singapore must be jointly approved by the EU and its member states, an Advocate General of the European Court of Justice has opined. Read Full Story
Legislation to eliminate more than 100 taxes and fees in Romania will be sent back to parliament after being backed by the country's constitutional court. Read Full Story
The International Chamber of Commerce has welcomed the French Constitutional Court's ruling that struck down as unconstitutional a French law requiring public disclosure of country-by-country reports. Read Full Story
The Australian Government has launched a consultation on the introduction of new protections for tax whistleblowers. Read Full Story
Canada and the EU have held the first of a series of meetings to discuss the creation of an international court to resolve disputes over cross-border investments. Read Full Story
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