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It's not customary for a businesses to complain to the European Council. They can lobby it for new rules but its role is limited. The regular procedure to dispute a Commission decision of the kind you are alluding to is to bring the matter to the Court of Justice of the European Union (first to the General Court and, potentially, to the Court of Justice, ...


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What I gather from the general media coverage is that Starbucks pays taxes everywhere it does businesses. The issue with respect to the Netherlands specifically is this, according to DW: In 2008, Dutch officials allowed the coffee giant to shift profits by paying an unusual royalty to the company's British subsidiary and selling beans to another subsidiary ...


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What might be the consequences from a full implementation of these EU directives on the City of London? Nothing especially problematic? According to Shearman & Sterling "UK IMPLEMENTS EU’S FIFTH ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING DIRECTIVE" 2020-01-10: The U.K. has opted to go further than certain of the EU’s requirements, indicating that it intends to ...


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