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As Juncker bids farewell, new EU executive begins with scrutiny over Luxembourg tax

Reuters Saturday, 30 November 2019
Officials from the new European Commission will discuss a report by International Monetary Fund researchers that lists Luxembourg as a world-leading tax haven just days after the former leader of the Grand Duchy departs the EU executive's helm.
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EU commissioners will discuss an IMF report that lists Luxembourg as a world-leading tax haven. It comes just days after the former leader of the Grand Duchy departs the EU executive’s helm. Vice-President Margrethe Vestager and tax commissioner Paolo Gentiloni will on Monday meet IMF researchers....

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