European Union presidency holder Romania will lay out plans Jan. 22 to scrap unanimity voting for tax rules, along with efforts to close a deal on the pending EU temporary digital transaction tax.
Further, Romania is also set to pursue EU corporate tax reform legislation. The priorities were discussed at a Romanian presidency press briefing Jan. 18.
Romania also plans to oversee decisions due in February on whether more than 45 countries or independent territories on an EU tax haven “gray list” have complied with commitments made in 2017 to avoid being on the EU black list.
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