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The Euro Crisis: Implications for the Internal Market and Harmonisation of Corporate Taxes

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This CEPS Policy Brief looks at the ways in which the euro crisis has impacted the successful functioning of the internal market of the EU and the state of play with respect to the creation of a common consolidated corporate tax base in corporate taxation.

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  • Ruding, H. Onno, 2012. "The Euro Crisis: Implications for the Internal Market and Harmonisation of Corporate Taxes," CEPS Papers 6949, Centre for European Policy Studies.
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