Tag Archives: Corporate Taxation

EU Public Policy February 27 Update

European Parliament approves the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) The European Parliament’s plenary approved on February 15 2017 the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), concluding the ratification process of this deal in the EU. Once the agreement is also ratified by the Canadian side, it will enter into force provisionally. CETA … Continue Reading

EU Public Policy December 12 Update

EU Public Policy Comes to Capital Thinking Given the growing influence that global policy initiatives are having on the development of U.S. policy, our colleagues in Brussels will now bring boots-on-the-ground coverage of policy developments in EU to Capital Thinking. Council of the EU Agrees on WiFi4EU Initiative The EU 28 Member States Telecommunications Ministers met on … Continue Reading

Hatch’s “Corporate Integration” Plan Delayed; Treasury Expected to Release Final CbyCR Regulations by July

Legislative Activity “Corporate Integration” Proposal Delayed As the House Ways and Means Committee continues moving forward with its international tax reform proposal, last week the Senate Finance Committee indicated that its “corporate integration” proposal has been delayed. The proposal, which would lower the effective rate for corporations by eliminating a double layer of taxation, is … Continue Reading