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The value of taxation: playing cards face up

By Anna Maria Romano, CGIL Tuscany, Vice President UNI-Europe Finance, financial expert for CTS Open Corporation

Public welfare is paid for with our money. There is no discussion. Taxes are the only tool for financing public services. Luxembourg, Belgium, Ireland, Cyprus, Malta and Hungary are, together with the Netherlands, the countries in which fiscal dumping policies cause an unbalance in the Community context.

Il valore del fisco: giocare a carte scoperte

di Anna Maria Romano, CGIL Toscana, Vice-Presidente di UNI-Europa Finance, esperta di problemi finanziari di CTS OpenCorporation

l welfare pubblico si paga con i nostri soldi. Non c’è discussione. Le imposte sono l’unico strumento per finanziare i servizi pubblici. Lussemburgo, Belgio, Irlanda, Cipro, Malta e Ungheria sono, assieme all’Olanda, i paesi in cui politiche di dumping fiscale causano uno squilibrio nel contesto comunitario. Paesi Bassi in primis: per comprenderlo, basti pensare ai nomi di spicco tra i colossi dell’economia che hanno la sede fiscale o la ragione sociale basate in Olanda.

#CoronaVirus COVID-19 Observatory #OpenCorporation, from start-ups to Big-Pharma, all the companies committed in #vaccine research

di Gabriele Guglielmi, FIlcams Cgil

From USA to Europe, from China to Israel: Moderna, Inovio, Gsk, Gilead, Regeneron, Sanofi, Takeda, Vir, Johnson & Johnson, Sanofi, Irbm, Roche,HEAT BIOLOGICS , Diasorin. 3M

Fca-Psa merger and the unintended consequences of European Social Law

by Giorgio Verrecchia, expert on Labour Law of CTS OpenCorporation

Reading Volker Telljohann’s article, which is precise and full of information, made me think about the FCA-PSA merger affair with regard to two aspects that I believe to be significant: on the one hand, the development of European social law and, on the other, the study of TNC information.

Fusione FCA-Psa e l’eterogenesi dei fini del diritto sociale europeo

di Giorgio Verrecchia, esperto di Diritto del Lavoro di CTS OpenCorporation

La lettura dell’articolo di Volker Telljohann, preciso e ricco di informazioni, mi ha fatto riflettere sulla vicenda della fusione FCA-PSA relativamente a due aspetti che ritengo significativi: da un lato lo sviluppo del diritto sociale europeo e dall’altro lo studio delle informazioni delle TNC.

FCA-PSA merger: the reason why there will be two workers’ representatives on the Board of Directors

by Volker Telljohann, IRES Emilia-Romagna

On 17 December the so-called ‘combination agreement’ between FCA and PSA was signed, which will lead in about a year’s time to the merger of the two groups. Much emphasis has been placed in the Italian media on the fact that there will also be two workers’ representatives on the Board of Directors (BoD) of the new group, one for PSA and one for FCA. How can we explain this news?