Mateusz Morawiecki has called for the construction of a new global fiscal order to help deal with a “pandemic of indebtedness.”
The Polish prime minister also said restrictions on tax havens were needed to stop companies from moving taxable money abroad.
“The pandemic of indebtedness in Europe has significantly changed the situation, and more and more people have become aware of the fact that a new global fiscal order has to be built,” Morawiecki said in an article published by the French daily L’Opinion.
“We are starting a debate about international taxes,” he said, adding that it should also answer whether corporations should pay taxes where they generate their income.
“We are also asking whether it is fair that it is possible not to pay taxes in some EU countries,” he stated, adding that, so far, these topics had not been treated seriously. “But the…