World news
9 October 2018

Clearer rules for cross-border tax dispute resolution

In the autumn of 2017, the long-awaited EU directive on tax dispute resolution mechanisms in the European Union was passed. It aims to unify international cooperation in the resolution of tax disputes mainly arising from interpretation ambiguities…

World news
9 October 2018

Generally applicable reverse charge mechanism

At its October session, the Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN) approved a proposal allowing the EU member states to temporarily implement a generalised reverse charge mechanism until 2022.

World news
5 September 2018

Brexit: What happens if UK leaves the EU with no deal?

In mid-July, the UK government published more than a hundred-page-long document called the UK-EU Future Relationship White Paper, providing information on how the relationships between the UK and the EU should look like with respect to the economy,…

World news
8 August 2018

Japan-EU Economic Partnership Agreement signed

Representatives of the EU and Japan met in Tokyo to sign an agreement on economic cooperation. It aims to create new opportunities for the import of agricultural products from the EU, remove Japanese customs duties on products such as cheese or wine…

World news
8 August 2018

Rosy prospects for green investments

In May 2018, the European Commission (EC) presented a package of legislative proposals aiming to promote sustainable finance. The package includes a regulation on disclosures concerning the sustainability of investments, and a regulation on the…

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