Dutch PM may face uncomfortable questions at G20 summit: Tax evasion high on the agenda
07 Jul 2017

The G20 summit is starting in Hamburg today and the Netherlands is participating for the first time in seven years, at the invitation of German chancellor Angela Merkel. And while the Netherlands is excited about taking part in the summit, Prime Minister Mark Rutte and his delegation may face some uncomfortable questions, given the Netherlands’ reputation as ‘tax haven’.

Germany, as host country, put the topic of tax evasion high on the agenda, given recent revelations in the Panama Papers and the like, according to NRC.

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