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  • Doing battle with the EU over infringements

    The European Commission has issued 276 tax law infringement notices since 2005. Italy has the most at 31. Joanna Faith examines the process, the reaction of EU member states and the impact for industry


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  • Doing battle with the EU over infringements

    The European Commission has issued 276 tax law infringement notices since 2005. Italy has the most at 31. Joanna Faith examines the process, the reaction of EU member states and the impact for industry

  • Measuring tax risk in a volatile environment

    Alan MacPherson, tax partner, and James Egert, senior manager at Deloitte, argue that tax risk can be determined by a growing number of factors

  • Reforming the UK's structure for tax tribunals

    Hassan Khan and Michelle Sloane, of The Khan Partnership, endorse the reform of tax tribunals in view of current weaknesses and an under resourced system

  • Tax winners come out to celebrate

    Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer won the European Tax Firm of the year award at the European awards dinner in London

  • Tax directors get to grips with regional demands

    The job of a tax executive in the Asia-Pacific region has just got more complex with the introduction of a new corporate tax system in China. This was only one of the issues that tax professionals tackled at the Asia Tax Forum in Singapore


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