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Taxation, residence and the free movement of workers

Rodger, Barry (1995) Taxation, residence and the free movement of workers. Juridical Review. p. 455.

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Abstract

An EEA national has the right to take up an activity in another Member State under the same conditions as apply to its own nationals, without being discriminated against on the grounds of his nationality. The principle of equal treatment applies in particular to access to employment, all working conditions, for instance salary, dismissal and reinstatement and access to social and tax advantages.