French electric utility company GDF Suez group (now Engie) could face a tax bill of around €300 million ($318 million) if the European Commission upholds its preliminary decision that the company received illegal state aid benefits from Luxembourg via tax rulings that go as far back as 2008.
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Anjana manages ITR’s online and print coverage, alongside the publication’s awards and events worldwide. She covers all areas of corporate tax matters, but particularly disputes, transfer pricing arrangements and tax treaty analysis.