Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem will strive to strengthen the EU Banking Union, despite recent calls to loosen regulation in response to bank share volatility in in global markets, he told the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee on Thursday. "There should be no doubt of the European Union's determination to apply these rules", he said in his capacity as Eurogroup President and chair of the Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN). In his capacity as ECOFIN-chair, Mr Dijsselbloem said The Netherlands would prioritise legislation on corporate tax avoidance during its six-month presidency and aim to strike a deal on the anti-tax avoidance package in May.

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