Yet Marjan van Loon and Alan McLean, the President and CEO find that their company "pays taxes fairly, in the letter and in the spirit of the law," they are. say in Elsevier Weekblad.
According to Van Loon and McLean, Shell does not pay taxes because of the favorable tax climate for multinational companies created by the Netherlands. Companies with their international headquarters here can deduct many costs from their profits. For Shell, this meant that the overall loss of the Netherlands suffered loss and therefore did not have to pay corporation tax.
Van Loon was surprised that the tax data was dropped from Shell to Trouw. According to her, that information is "just as private as your medical record." Shell was considering reporting, but he refused.
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