At the 49th General Assembly of Pearle* held on 12 and 13 June 2015 in Hamburg members of the European Federation have adopted a statement reinforcing their call to abolish excessive and double taxation.
The Juncker Commission has made a pledge to improve the functioning of the internal market such as in direct taxation. At the same time priority is given to better regulation and a deepening of the Economic and monetary Union in order to create the conditions for jobs, growth and investment. By tackling cross-border double taxation, the EU can with small efforts create a leveraging effect for live performance organisations and companies and individual performing artists.
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