May 28, 2024

Minimum Corporate Income Tax: Implementation Challenges and a Way Forward for the European Union

Globalisation-related pressures have led countries across the world to reduce CIT rates, making taxation more business-friendly. Despite the decrease in tax rates, tax revenues are not falling.
April 15, 2020

Could ‘Lombardy Bonds’ Be the Answer to the Eurozone Debt Puzzle?

At the last Eurogroup meeting, Eurozone finance ministers agreed to set up a ‘Recovery Fund’ to help trigger an economic rebound once the lockdowns are over. But the vexed question of whether some shared ‘European’ debt should be issued has not been solved.
September 1, 2017

The Air Berlin-Lufthansa Deal Breaches EU Competition Laws and Hurts Germans Consumers

On 15 August, Air Berlin was forced to file for bankruptcy after the withdrawal of funding from Abu-Dhabi based Etihad Airways, which holds 29 percent stake in the German carrier.