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Not about taxes, the advantage of London is legislation and regulation of a fossil fuel nation and leaving EU Courts and laws behind. Shell Pernis will abide by the industrial regulations of emissions etc. ... Shell sustainable energy will still reap subsidies for EU green energy projects and production NortH2.

About avoiding taxes in Europe's best tax haven ... next to the Islands!

How the Dutch tax authority gave Shell's foreign shareholders a gift of more than 7 billion euros

If the recent upheaval about the dividend tax in the Netherlands has taught us anything, it's that Royal Dutch Shell and Unilever shareholders are not keen on paying Dutch dividend tax. The Dutch government recently released twelve memos concerning the dividend tax which were authored by civil servants at the Dutch Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Economic Affairs which extensively mention the position of both companies and their interests in the debate over whether to abolish the dividend tax.

Dutch taxpayers may have missed out on €27bn in dividend taxes: FTM | Oct. 22, 2021 |

Shell stockholders caught with their greedy hands in The Hague cookie jar in care of Mark Rutte?

by Oui on Tue Nov 16th, 2021 at 10:15:21 AM EST
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