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The end of an era: Luxembourg ends its banking secrecy

On 10 April 2013 Luxembourg announced that it will end its banking secrecy as of 1 January 2015. But what are the tax effects of this decision? Lees verder

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Killing it softly? The effects of the American European Trade Partnership on the WTO

The two largest economies in the world agreed to bring their economic relationship to a higher level. This may benefit them, but what will it do to the international economic cooperation in the World Trade Organization? Lees verder

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From Starbucks to Google: the position of the Netherlands in the international debate on tax evasion

In the public debate on tax evasion and the role of the Netherlands, the Dutch cabinet now publicly supports multilateral initiatives on tax and development and is considering renegotiating tax treaties with developing countries. Lees verder

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How the Dutch help Starbucks avoid taxes

Starbucks minimizes its UK tax burden by using Dutch tax rules, its CFO admits. It is not quite clear how multinational enterprises use the Dutch tax climate, and the Dutch Parliament should ask for more transparency. Lees verder

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