CCIA Co-signs Industry Statement On European Digital Taxation Proposals

BY Christian Borggreen
June 25, 2018

Brussels, BELGIUM — Ahead of the European leaders meeting later this week, CCIA signed on to a joint industry statement on the European Commission’s digital taxation proposals. The statement discourages unilateral action and urges countries to “vigorously pursue the discussion for a global solution within the OECD’s inclusive framework.”

 

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