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NextGenerationEU: European Commission disburses €271 million in pre-financing to Finland

The European Commission has today disbursed €271 million to Finland in pre-financing, equivalent to 13% of the country's financial allocation under the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF). The pre-financing payment will help kick-start the implementation of the crucial investment and reform measures outlined in Finland's recovery and resilience plan. The Commission will authorise further disbursements based on the implementation of the investments and reforms outlined in Finland's recovery and resilience plan. The country is set to receive €2.1 billion in...
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EU challenges Russian export restrictions on wood at WTO

Today, the EU is requesting consultations with Russia at the World Trade Organization (WTO) concerning export restrictions placed by Russia on wood products. The export restrictions consist of significantly increased export duties on certain wood products and a drastic reduction in the number of border crossing points through which exports of wood products can take place. The Russian restrictions are highly detrimental to the EU wood processing industry, which relies on exports from Russia, and create significant uncertainty on the...
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OECD releases latest edition of the Transfer Pricing Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and Tax Administrations

Today, the OECD releases the 2022 edition of the OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and Tax Administrations. The OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines provide guidance on the application of the "arm’s length principle", which represents the international consensus on the valuation, for income tax purposes, of cross-border transactions between associated enterprises. In today’s economy where multinational enterprises play an increasingly prominent role, transfer pricing continues to be high on the agenda of tax administrations and taxpayers alike. Governments need...
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IMF | A New Trust to Help Countries Build Resilience and Sustainability

A proposed $50-billion trust fund could help low-income and vulnerable middle-income countries build resilience to balance of payments shocks and ensure a sustainable recovery. Even as countries continue to battle COVID-19, it is crucial not to overlook the longer-term challenge of transforming economies to become more resilient to shocks and achieve sustainable and inclusive growth. The pandemic has taught us that not addressing these long-term challenges in a timely manner can have significant economic consequences, with the potential for future...
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Higher education: making EU’s universities ready for the future through deeper transnational cooperation

Today, European society needs the contribution of universities and other higher education institutions more than ever. Europe is facing major challenges such as climate change, the digital transformation and aging population, at a time when it is hit by the biggest global health crisis in a century and its economic fall-out. Universities, and the entire higher education sector, have a unique position at the crossroads of education, research and innovation, in shaping sustainable and resilient economies, and in making...
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IMF | Why Jobs are Plentiful While Workers are Scarce

In the US and UK, the recent labor market puzzle can be partly explained by mismatch, the pandemic’s effect on women (in the US) and older workers leaving the work force. Almost two years after the pandemic upended labor markets, job openings are plentiful in many advanced economies, yet workers have not fully returned. 'The broader trend of plentiful jobs and not enough workers can have major implications for growth, inequality, and inflation.' This gap, in which the employment rate is below...

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EACCNL & EACCTX | The Transatlantic Race to Zero Emissions – the implications and opportunities of hydrogen on mainstream businesses

The American Jobs Plan of the Biden Administration and the European Green Deal of the von der Leyen Commission have set the world’s largest economies on a path to climate neutrality. The magnitude of these plans and the reduction of emissions needed are unparalleled and offer both opportunities and challenges for companies active in these markets.

Supply Chain Disruption: Look Ahead

Join us for a discussion on the current Supply Chain disruptions & how to prepare now for the next major crisis. Our experts will discuss what needs to change in global supply chain planning to prepare effectively for the next global crisis; whatever it maybe – financial, health or climate related. We will take a deep-dive into the dynamics of supply in the pandemic aftermath and offer a look ahead as well as steps companies can take to update their infrastructure to future-proof their systems & operations.

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      Vulcan Insight | Cryptoeconomy facing increasing regulatory hurdles

      On Thursday the Russian Central Bank proposed a ban on the use and mining of cryptocurrencies in a bid to stave off increasing financial instability and safeguard monetary policy dominance. This comes just days after the Financial Conduct Authority in the UK announced it will be cracking down on the use of promotional ads and marketing strategies by cryptocurrency traders, fearing that consumers are being misled into undertaking risky investments they do not understand. This follows a move in December 2021...
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      Steptoe | The US Strategy on Countering Corruption: Implications for Businesses

      In December 2021, the White House issued the United States Strategy on Countering Corruption (the Strategy). The Strategy was issued pursuant to a June 3, 2021 National Security Study Memorandum on Establishing the Fight Against Corruption as a Core United States National Security Interest (the NSSM). Although the issue of corruption has been linked to national security in the past, the NSSM's pronouncement that the fight against corruption represents a "core" national security interest, and the investing of responsibility for...
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      Troutman Pepper | More Privacy, Please – January 2022

      There was no respite in privacy and cyber law in December 2021, despite the holidays and COVID-19 case surge. Domestically, U.S. regulators stepped up their efforts, signaling their focus on privacy policies (FTC) and security incident notification (federal banking agencies); meanwhile Democratic senators urged the CFPB to take a more proactive stance with consumer reporting agencies. In U.S. litigation, Illinois' biometric statute (BIPA) continued to take center stage, as did FTC settlements with companies accused of deceptive practices related...
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      CMS | Update on European consumer protection law: new EU rules on digital content and sale of goods

      On January 1, 2022, new EU rules on digital content and on the sale of goods entered into force. Two European directives, , Directive (EU) 2019/770 on certain aspects concerning contracts for the supply of digital content and digital services (L_2019136EN.01000101.xml (europa.eu)) and Directive (EU) 2019/771 on certain aspects concerning contracts for the sale of goods (L_2019136EN.01002801.xml (europa.eu)), are intended to harmonize key consumer contract law rules across the EU. Following a two-year transposition period during which the Member States had to implement the...
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      Loyens & Loeff | EU Tax Alert Highlights 2021

      In the course of 2021 there were several developments in EU tax law. This annual edition of EU Tax Alert provides an overview of those developments on both direct and indirect taxation. This annual edition of EU Tax Alert provides an overview of those developments, in which we highlight: Brexit & State Aid: The EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement Brexit & Direct Taxation: The EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement Council of the EU adopts new rules to strengthen administrative cooperation...
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      CLA | Your Accounting and Finance Function — Own It or Outsource It?

      Key insights Outsourced finance and accounting professionals help direct the financial processes that would typically be done by your own employees. One of the biggest advantages of outsourced support is customizing a high functioning team with additional knowledge and resources. A team with multiple layers and several sets of eyes looking at the numbers can enhance internal controls and reduce risk. Bringing in additional resources can help you transition through times of peak workload. It was a moment many business...

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      Hear from Bill Rhodes, Former Chairman & CEO of CITIBANK & CEO of WRRGA and Stuart Mackintosh, Executive Director of the Group of 30 as they discuss “Banking Culture & Conduct – Why it Still Matters

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