Stack Disturbed by Silence of European Countries on State Aid

Robert Stack, U.S. Treasury deputy assistant secretary (international tax affairs), on December 16 strongly condemned European nations for their silence in responding to the European Commission's state aid investigations.

"As disturbing as the approach of the commission has been, the complicit silence of all the other European jurisdictions, their finance ministries, and their tax folks, is even more disturbing," Stack said, although he omitted from his criticism those countries that have been targeted by the commission.

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By Velarde, Andrew, posted on Monday December 19, 2016

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