Efforts to rid the European Union of the massive confusion caused by having its enterprises dealing with 27 different corporate tax systems could now come into effect as early as 2010.
This could bring relief to companies operating across at least some of the borders of the single European market. For years, multinationals have suffered high compliance costs, as well as the burden of being double-taxed, as a result of the EU's complex framework of taxation.
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