The European Union’s executive arm will propose the abolition of national vetoes on tax policy, in plans which EU governments are almost certain to reject and which could trigger a backlash from populists protesting about the encroachment on the sovereignty of member states ahead of European Parliament elections in May.
“Unanimity has hampered progress on important tax initiatives needed to strengthen the single market and boost EU competitiveness” while also having a “damaging...
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