European car manufacturers have called on governments to ensure that a new test for measuring vehicle emissions does not create tax distortions for new cars entering the market.Read Full Story
Austrian Finance Minister Hans Joerg Schelling has said that Austria should prioritize measures to combat profit shifting and tax evasion, including "virtual permanent establishments," when the country assumes the presidency of the European Union in the second half of 2018.Read Full Story
The lower house of the Austrian parliament has approved the OECD multilateral instrument, designed to prevent the avoidance of tax through the abuse of double tax avoidance treaties.Read Full Story
Twenty EU member states have reached a deal on the establishment of a new European Public Prosecutor's Office that will have the power to investigate and prosecute criminal cases affecting the EU budget. Read Full Story
Switzerland has explained how it will amend its double tax agreements, after it signed the OECD's new multilateral tax compact to implement anti-base erosion and profit shifting measures.Read Full Story
The European Court of Justice has ruled in favor of Austria in its dispute with Germany relating to the taxation of interest from profit-participation certificates received by an Austrian bank from a German bank.Read Full Story
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