Common Tax Base Plans May Depend on Ireland: EU Tax Chief

The European Union's tax chief is optimistic that structural reform of the bloc's tax system—through a common consolidated corporate tax base (CCCTB)—is possible, but admits that “it depends” on governments such as Ireland. Ireland, with its 12.5 percent corporate tax rate—among the lowest in the bloc—is expected to be less inclined to agree to a CCCTB.

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By Sukhraj, Penny, posted on Thursday December 21, 2017
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