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Monday, 16 December 2019 - Strasbourg Revised edition

Fair taxation in a digitalised and globalised economy - BEPS 2.0 (debate)

  Carmen Avram (S&D), in writing. – I very much support this oral question debate that raises the important issue of fair taxation in a digitalised and globalised economy. I welcome the intention and ambition of this European Commission to propose a European digital tax next year if the OECD talks and negotiations on a global tax fail. We know that talks are difficult and the American position on this is a tricky one. I believe that it is a question of fairness and justice to tax big companies where huge profits are generated inside the EU Member States. The EU 500 million single market is an important piece of the cake for many companies and we should remember it when addressing the issue of taxation – and, let me add, fair taxation. As in climate and other fields, I am happy that the EU takes a leading role.

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