1 Introduction

In two recent cases, the Court of Justice of the European Union (hereinafter ‘Court’) had the opportunity to shed further light on the manner in which a Member State can justify restrictions of the free movement because of the need to preserve: (i) the coherence of its tax system, and/or (ii) the balanced allocation of the taxing powers between the Member States.

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