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  • Multilateral deals in a world of non-convergence

    Sir Philip Lowe addressed the theme of “120 Merger regimes: Multinational deals in a world of non-convergence: US, EU, Brazil, China…” at the GWU-Concurrences Conference in Washington on 19 September 2016. This snapshot is a redacted version of Sir Philip’s introductory speech in which he reviews the goal of global convergence in the treatment of…

  • Tax – is Europe leading by example?

    As Europe slowly pulled itself out of the economic and financial crisis, European governments’ attention turned to focus, inter alia, on the need to conserve resources to boost Member States’ budgets and address perceived inequalities in the single market. Within this context – and driven by public and NGO concern – the spotlight turned on…

  • Are Member States up for their fiscal revolution?

    “At the heart of every major political upheaval lies a fiscal revolution,” said Thomas Piketty in his groundbreaking Capital in the Twenty-First Century. Indeed, the Ancien Régime was eradicated in France by abolishing fiscal privileges of the social elites and led to the establishment of a much-needed modern system of taxation. Today, the rules for…

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