Tax justice, Papers and publications
Apple allowed to have its cake and eat it: EPSU regrets Court decision to wipe high-tech giant’s fine of €14bn
On 15 July, the General Court annulled the European Commission’s biggest ever fine in a state aid case. In 2016, the Commission considered that a tax rebate (via tax rulings) granted by the Irish government to Apple was state aid, and therefore illegal.
Today, the European Federation of Public Service Unions (EPSU) released an EU study on job reductions in tax administrations that highlights the need to invest in the prevention of tax evasion and fraud.
Campaigning for the right to water, negotiating on information and consultation rights for central government workers, lobbying for tougher action on tax avoidance and fraud, standing up to multinationals and defending dismissed or imprisoned trade unionists … these are just some of the many
European elections - EPSU’s key demands for a different Europe - for People and the Planet, not for Profits
EPSU has sent the Members of Parliament seeking re-election, as well as a large number of candidates our proposals for what we expect from the Commission and the European Parliament in the next mandate.
New PSI-backed report makes the case for legal protection and strong trade union support for whistleblowers who are critical to fighting corruption: To mark today’s International Day against corruption, EPSU General Secretary Jan Willem Goudriaan says:“The appeal trial of the Luxleaks whistleblowers
EPSU's response to EC public consultation on the relaunch of a common consolidated corporate tax base – CCCTB
European Commission's Green Paper Restructuring and anticipation of change: what lessons from recent experience?