On September 19, 2018 the European Commission issued a press release announcing that following an in-depth investigation which was launched in December 2015, based on doubts that Luxembourg might have misapplied its Double Taxation Treaty with the United States, the Commission has concluded that Luxembourg's tax treatment of McDonald's Europe Franchising does not violate the Double Taxation Treaty with the United States. On that basis the tax rulings granted to McDonald's do not infringe EU State aid rules.

 

On December 17, 2018 the non-confidential version of the European Commission’s decision of September 19, 2018 was made available in the State Aid Register on the European Commission's competition website.

 

Click on to the language of your choice to be forwarded to the non-confidential version of the European Commission’s of September 19, 2018 as made available under the case number SA.38945 in the State Aid Register on the Commission's competition website (English or French).

 

 

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