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EU tells Belgium and France to abolish tax exemptions for ports

02 August 2017

Joe Stanley-Smith - ITR Deputy News Editor

The European Commission (EC) has made the next move in a long-running state aid dispute over corporate tax exemptions for ports, by telling France and Belgium to abolish the exemptions in order to align their tax regimes with EU law.



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