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As Talks Start, NAFTA Border States Urge Compromise

Mayors from the border towns between the United States and Mexico, and the United States and Canada have called for a modernized North American Free Trade Agreement to remain in place. Continue Reading »

International Law »

Irish FM Criticizes EU Demand For Apple Taxes

Ireland's new Finance Minister, Paschal Donohoe, has described the EU's demand for the collection of up to EUR13bn (15.3bn) in "unpaid" taxes from Apple as unjustified, according to reports. Continue Reading »

Politics & Economics »

South Australia Bank Tax Passes Lower House

Legislation to implement the South Australian Government's proposed bank levy has passed the state parliament's lower house. Continue Reading »

Offshore »

EU Considering New Sanctions For 'Tax Havens'

The EU is considering four new kinds of sanctions for jurisdictions included on a forthcoming "blacklist" of so-called tax havens, according to reports. Continue Reading »

Business »

UK Firms Need Brexit Details ASAP: CIOT

Those negotiating the UK's exit from the European Union should ensure that firms engaged in cross-border trading have enough time to come to terms with the changes, the Chartered Institute of Taxation has said. Continue Reading »

E-Commerce »

Luxembourg's E-Commerce VAT Revenues Plunge

Value-added tax revenues from e-commerce activities in Luxembourg have declined sharply in the wake of European Union measures to reduce VAT competition in the EU. Continue Reading »

Aviation »

EU, Switzerland To Link Emissions Trading Systems

The European Commission and the Swiss Federal Council have each approved proposals to link their emissions trading systems, meaning formal signature of a new agreement could take place by the end of the year. Continue Reading »

Marine »

Greek Shipowners Agree Extra Tax Payments

The Greek shipping industry has agreed to renew a tax agreement under which shipping companies pay additional tax to the Government. Continue Reading »