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This is merely the latest attempt by EU institutions to gradually abolish any need of unanimity in the council on tax issues (Photo: ptmoney.com)

Why majority voting on EU taxation is a bad idea

While most Europeans were still unwrapping their Christmas gifts, the European Commission started a new push to transition to qualified majority voting (QMV) on tax policy.

An initiative kicked off on 20 December called for "more efficient EU law-making procedures," and was followed up by an official...

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This is merely the latest attempt by EU institutions to gradually abolish any need of unanimity in the council on tax issues (Photo: ptmoney.com)

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Kai Weiss is a research fellow at the Austrian Economics Center.

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