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Under this new proposal, companies’ profits and their ability to shift them offshore will barely be affected and consequently developing countries will only see a very small increase in their corporate tax revenues.
Rulings by the General Court of the European Union today are a wake-up call for the EU to stop the destructive race to the bottom on taxation and reform the global architecture to create a fairer and more equitable system, says Oxfam.
Oxfam welcomes that four governments agreed today to share responsibility for the protection of people rescued from the Mediterranean. More EU cooperation will ensure that ships which have rescued people from drowning will no longer be stranded at sea before being allowed to dock at the nearest port of safety.
Jan Kowalzig, Oxfam’s climate policy advisor, responds to the release of new figures on the climate finance provided to developing countries by rich countries in the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).