At the G7 Summit in Germany on 7 and 8 June 2015, one of the topics is taxation.

One of the European Commission's priorities for 2015 is to deliver an Action Plan to combat tax evasion and tax fraud. In March, the Commission already submitted legislative proposals on the automatic exchange of information between Member States on tax rulings to the European Parliament and the Council, together with a Communication on further tax transparency initiatives. Information exchange on tax rulings is also a key issue that the Commission President is putting on the global agenda, for example at the last G20 summit in Brisbane and at this G7 summit too. The next milestone will be an Action Plan on Corporate Taxation which will be presented by the Commission on 17 June and will focus on measures to make corporate taxation fairer and more efficient within the Single Market, including a re-launch of the Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB) and ideas for integrating new OECD/G20 actions to combat base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) at EU level.

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