The vote of the TAX3 Committee draft report took place yesterday morning. Thanks to the negotiations by its shadow rapporteur, Miguel Urbán  Crespo (Podemos, Spain), GUE/NGL got 114 of the 167 amendments it had originally presented into the  text and/or amendments voted in Committee. For an analysis...

The final vote in the TAX3 committee on tax avoidance has been overwhelmingly endorsed by MEPs today with, for the first time, the role of the auditing sectors and the impact of money laundering on women’s rights included in the final report. In addition, recommendations for...

Irish MEP Matt Carthy has questioned EU Competition Commissioner Margarethe Vestager regarding Apple’s new tax arrangements in Ireland, and whether they may constitute further illegal state aid to the technology giant by the Irish government. Addressing Commissioner Vestager during a hearing of the European Parliament’s TAX3...

By Verónica Grondona for www.IrishBroadLeft.com Examples of massive corporate tax avoidance by multinational technology giants active in the digital economy have been widely covered in the media, prompting outrage among people across the world. So how do they get away with it? Google, Facebook, Amazon and Uber...

GUE/NGL published a new study today, "How we got here - A historical perspective on tax fraud and tax evasion", written by MEP Miguel Viegas (PCP), showing that the financial liberalisation that began in the 1980s allowed multinationals to develop and evolve their business models...