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European Court says Hungarian tax on retail sector indirectly discriminated against overseas taxpayers

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has decided, in the Hervis Sport case, that a turnover tax that disadvantages linked undertakings, within a group, to companies established in another member state constitutes indirect discrimination.

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