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Procedimiento : 2016/0107(COD)
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Ciclo relativo al documento : A9-0305/2021

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PV 11/11/2021 - 6.4
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Jueves 11 de noviembre de 2021 - Bruselas Edición revisada

7.1. Divulgación de información relativa al impuesto sobre sociedades por parte de determinadas empresas y sucursales (A9-0305/2021 - Evelyn Regner, Ibán García Del Blanco)
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  Mick Wallace (The Left). – Mr President, this deal is yet another example of the EU putting the interests of big business before ordinary people. Real, transparent country-by-country reporting would force companies to report their profits on tax paid in every country they operate in, not just EU countries and those countries on the EU blacklist and greylist. The fact that information on other non-EU countries will only be available on an aggregate global basis is a bit of a joke. That’s three quarters of the countries in the world. Not one of the world’s worst 15 tax havens is on the EU blacklist. The fact that the reporting requirement will only apply to companies with an annual consolidated turnover above 750 million, will exclude 85-90% of multinationals. Yet the deal is better than nothing, but it does not make the EU a global leader in a fight against tax avoidance. We are going to let multinational corporations off the hook to continue dodging taxes by shifting the profits to tax havens outside of the EU.


  Chris MacManus (The Left). – Mr President, it is with mixed emotions that I support this trilogue deal. On the one hand, I welcome any greater transparency over tax affairs. This is simply about openness and some level of public scrutiny of the tax affairs of companies, some of which have turnovers equivalent to the GDP of small countries.

However, I deplore the actions of the Irish Government and others in diluting and trying to block this legislation. Again without any logical reasoning, the Irish Government has set itself apart and sets its stall against transparency and fairness. We are now entering a new phase where the OECD deal gives us a new framework. The challenge now for Ireland is to repair its reputation, and opposing positive moves like this does the country no favours.

Go raibh maith agaibh go léir.

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