Europe: stricter rules for bank transparency is established
By the end of today's meeting of Europe's leaders in Brussels, the
Council of Europe stated that the current situation, the real political
will among European nations to tackle tax evasion is formed. Herman Van
Rmpvy told reporters that this year, Europe Union, stricter
rules on the transparency of banking operations will be
developed. Opportunities in dealing with multinational companies in
various countries for tax audits and tax evasion is the main objective.Europe's leaders also want to set global standards on
exchange of information related to bank accounts are.EU leaders are
meeting today in Europe, possible preventive measures to
fight tax evasion, as well as multinational corporations looked to
improve Europe's energy market.
It is said that due to tax evasion by large companies, Europe Union
countries have lost $1.3 trillion annually.
Europe's Parliament to investigate the matter and submit a report
prepared solution, the Europe Union has been asked to identify
weaknesses in the tax system and reduce the possibility of tax evasion,
this figure to one-half 2020 Brsand.
It Klyva Kkvs under the Socialist members of parliament in Europe is
provided. His current condition on the cross to pay taxes is
described. On Tuesday, at a meeting in Parliament was
held on tax evasion by large companies, "said National Unilateral
actions to deal with this phenomenon (tax evasion) will not suffice".
MPs call for blacklisting the countries and areas in Europe that have a
tax haven, to create the conditions for tax evasion.
Tax havens are areas where regulations to allow companies that are
registered in the areas of taxation, the main countries involved pull
themselves out of their. Europe Commission has also requested information from the individual
income tax states will automatically be exchanged between the entities.
Jose Manuel Barroso, EU Commission President Barroso said that Europe
should coordinate Europe for the exchange to take the first of January
2015. Member of the Group of Eight industrialized nations need to
intensify global action to tackle the next month of tax evasion will.
Cooperation in the energy sector Other discussions centered union
leaders Wednesday that Europe Member States in the area of energy
policy, particularly the need to improve Europe's energy infrastructure
and efforts to advance the use of renewable energies, such as solar and
wind power respectively.
News about tax evasion by multinational companies behind the protests
in Europe Many Eastern European countries are dependent on Russian gas
supplies to consume previously, controversy over gas prices has led to
a decline in the supply of these goods in the winter. Europe European
Commission has followed the agreement in 2011 were in the energy
sector, to get regulatory approval. They have warned that the current
situation, Europe's gas imports will increase to 80 percent in 2035.
The cost of oil, gas and coal imported nearly 406 billion euros Europe
Union now looks. There are many diverse sources of energy supply in
Europe, countries such as France depends on nuclear reactors for energy
and other countries such as Poland for the supply of coal locate the
bulk of the energy. Because of this diversity, the energy that is
needed investments in infrastructure projects in the energy sector
executive Chndmylyard euro, they are confronted with great difficulties