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Current EU withholding tax procedures are costly, inefficient and prone to fraud. Is the Commission’s ‘FASTER’ proposal the answer? Paul Radcliffe, Reinhart Devisscher and Ramzan Bashir (EY) investigate.
The judgment reads as something of a ‘whitewash’, supporting the Commission on every ground, write Paul Davison and Helen Buchanan (Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer). 
Delay and a lack of political consensus on BEPS feature in this month’s review by Tim Sarson (KPMG).
Timothy Lyons QC (39 Essex Chambers) discusses the main areas of difficulty which will be facing the negotiators in the coming months.
1 December 2019 marks the start of the new European Commission led by incoming President Ursula von der Leyen. Jordan Serfati and Nikolaas Van Robbroeck (Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer) consider what's in store for tax policy.
The European Commission wants to revamp tax decision making, reports Johan Barros (Accountancy Europe).

Brussels is doing a few more twists and turns before entering summer hibernation mode. Johan Barros (Accountancy Europe) examines what has been going on in recent weeks.

Karen Cooper (Cooper Cavendish) considers where things stand following a month of uncertainty.