With lower rates and less complexity, the tax systems of the newer EU economies have added to the
pressure on the Union's older members to act. Three of those, Spain, Germany and the Netherlands, have roused themselves and will soon introduce reforms. Claire Jones and Catherine Snowdon find out if the plans are bold enough to compete with EU colleagues
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