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EU countries could agree a new short-term digital sales tax to apply to many of the major tech firms before the end of the year, according to Pascal Saint-Amans, the OECD’s leading tax expert.

Malta’s finance chief poured cold water over European efforts to strike a deal on taxing digital companies by the end of the year, saying such a levy should be agreed at a global level. Finance Minister Edward Scicluna said in an interview with Bloomberg that the complexity of a tax on tech giants requires time […]

European Union finance ministers say they would try to seek consensus on a digital tax proposal, but with a clear understanding that the measure is temporary and would be superseded by an international deal.

The Brewers of Europe (BoE) has criticized a European Commission proposal to include all ingredients in beer, even those added after fermentation, in order to calculate excise tax on alcohol. The proposed revision to the tax calculation system has angered European brewers who claim it would be unfair, discriminatory and completely contradictory to the harmonization […]

The EU Commission says Gibraltar’s financial services industry is not ‘harmful’ to other EU tax regimes.

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