At the meeting of 12 July 2016 the Council will discuss the new proposals to prevent money laundering and to boost tax transparency.
Furthermore, the Council is expected to adopt decisions that Portugal and Spain have not taken effective action in response to its recommendations on measures to correct their excessive deficits. It is expected to adopt country-specific recommendations on the member states' economic, employment and fiscal policies, thus ending the 2016 "European Semester" cycle. The Council is expected to adopt a directive to tackle corporate tax avoidance, following an agreement reached on 21 June. It is also due to adopt a recommendation on national productivity boards, part of the follow-up to the 'five presidents' report' on economic and monetary union.

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