Dutch ports appeal EU tax decision

The Port of Rotterdam Authority would have to pay €60m corporation tax per year. Photo: Freek van Arkel

A number of port authorities have decided to appeal the European Commission decision which states that Dutch sea ports must pay corporation tax from 1 January 2017.

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