Corporation tax

As the G20 pledges to crack down on multinational tax avoidance, the Financial Times looks at how and why governments help companies reduce their tax burden.

EU seeks countries’ tax ruling details

Campaign against avoidance by multinationals steps up

Pan-European tax plan dismissed

Direct taxation seen as a matter for individual member states

Brussels seeks EU-wide corporate tax base

Reform would need support from all 28 member countries

Comment highlights

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Vow to make tax competition fairer could be precursor to more harmonised tax regime across Europe
– Sarah Gordon
Think that multinationals can do as they like on tax? Think again
– Merryn Somerset Webb
Although worth a try, the new levy may muddy the OECD initiative
– Editorial

Amazon tax probe to go ahead, EU warns

Decision to report sales will have no bearing on inquiry

HMRC nets £1.1bn from multinational probes

Officials reap revenue from more transfer-pricing investigations

SNP drops corporation tax cut goal

Sturgeon drops signature business-friendly policy

Cut tax on UK companies further, says IFS

Think-tank calls for incentives to boost levels of investment

McDonald’s linked to EU tax scandal

Fast-food group accused of avoiding €1bn of taxes

‘I am not a martyr,’ says tax whistleblower

Deltour faces jail for leaking 28,000 pages of documents

Corporate tax reform limited, says study

Osborne failing in competitiveness ambition, analysis shows

US multinationals attack UK’s Google tax

Crackdown seen as a danger to British inward investment

Brussels to probe Belgium tax deals

Commission argues excess profit rulings violate state aid laws

Luxembourg drops secret tax list fight

EU Commission widens probe and asks all member states to reveal deals

‘Sweetheart’ tax deal inquiry checks Juncker

MEPs seek probe into state-facilitated tax avoidance across the EU

How Luxembourg reeled in Silicon Valley

Chill wind blows through country that opened its doors to the world

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