EU: A new dawn for further European tax harmonisation
A single European market in the area of taxation still does not exist. In practice, this means that multinational corporations doing business in the EU need to navigate their way through (up to) 27 different national tax administrations and administrative requirements, and widely differing national interpretations of EU tax law, directives and regulations.
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