Denmark, Poland ban tax haven companies from accessing coronavirus bailout money

Denmark, Poland ban tax haven companies from accessing coronavirus bailout money

Denmark and Poland have banned companies registered in tax havens from accessing financial aid during the pandemic. Denmark announced an aid package of $14B, and said companies that access government support must not use profits to buy back shares or pay dividends. Poland took similar measures and said its bailout funds would only be available to companies that pay tax in the country.

Chris
Chris
Jack
Jack 0 months

This is a fantastic idea and I hope it spreads. Companies that don't support their nations shouldn't be supported in turn.

Aaron
Aaron 0 months

It's great to see Poland out out the "red" so to speak. All the the wars fought, won, and lost the Pole's keep there heart and souls.

Kyle Brown
Kyle Brown 0 months

The real question is, if every country is “bailing out” and no one is working; where does this imaginary money come from? 🤔

TrumpBumperCar
TrumpBumperCar 0 months

YAS! Go Denmark and Poland! ^^

Judge Dredd
Judge Dredd 0 months

We need to be more like these guys.

Katharine
Katharine 0 months

Why not $15 billion

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