Finance and economic affairs ministers of the European Union at an informal meeting in Tallinn in mid-September discussed updating international tax rules for companies, so that these rules could also be applied to taxing enterprises that use digital technology.
"For us, it is important to agree on new international tax rules that also take into account the business models of the digital economy. This would guarantee the equal taxation of all companies regardless of their location or place of activity. I hope the discussion helped us get a step closer to a suitable s...
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