October 2020 Newsletter

October 13, 2020


  •  Philippe Arraou, President of ETAF

Professional Law

  •  What is illegal offline should be illegal online – the Digital Services Act

Tax Law

  • Gentiloni opens the FISC Committee’s work
  • ETAF gives feedback to climate related tax files
  • The German Presidency pushes for an FTT
  • VAT: Implementing powers for the European Commission?
  • MEPs push for an ambitious reform of the own resources
  • OECD postpones international tax reform deal to mid-2021
  • State aid and tax: it is not just about Apple
  • The latest change to the EU Tax Blacklist


  • The strategy for European SMEs – an attempt to guide the economy through the green and digital transformation
  • ETAF Tax Conference on “The role of tax advisers in strengthening tax compliance” 
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