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Wednesday, 14 March 2018 - Strasbourg Revised edition

Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base - Common Corporate Tax Base (debate)
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  Bill Etheridge (EFDD), blue-card question. – I listened with interest. You talk about tax harmonisation and, obviously, less competition on tax, which will mean that tax rates inevitably will go up, I would suggest. Are you not concerned that, if tax rates across the EU are higher, that would inevitably lead to large companies upping sticks and moving their operations into more competitive tax environments outside of the EU, and therefore we all lose out because we lose the jobs, the business and the wealth?

 
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