Brussels parked the European digital rate after the principle of agreement of the G20 on global taxation

The European Commission has announced on Monday that it parks its proposal for a European digital rate to focus efforts on carrying out the principle of global

Brussels parked the European digital rate after the principle of agreement of the G20 on global taxation

The European Commission has announced on Monday that it parks its proposal for a European digital rate to focus efforts on carrying out the principle of global agreement on taxation to the multinationals achieved during the weekend by the G20 and will be examined in October by the OECD

"Successfully concluding this process will require a final effort from all parties and the Commission undertakes to focus on this effort, so we have decided to suspend work on a digital rate proposal," the economic spokesman of the Community Executive has indicated, Daniel Ferrie, at a press conference in Brussels, in statements collected by Europe Press.

The spokesman has insisted that the priority is the agreement within the OECD so he does not have an accurate date on when he believes Brussels that he will recover this initiative, although he has pointed out that he will be in "autumn" when they re-evaluate the situation. .

The covenant of this weekend in the G20 held in Venice (Italy) is a "historical" agreement to create a "stable and fair" taxation system, has considered Ferrie, who has stressed that in the eyes of the Community Executive is a " Extraordinary result after years of negotiation "for which Brussels itself has worked" without rest ".

Updated Date: 12 July 2021, 10:49

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