How do businesses operating in multiple countries in the EU account for different tax rates in different countries?

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How do all the different European Union countries maintain their different laws while being a part of the Schengen zone?
How much freedom is given to European countries to determine their own tax rates?

This is a follow-up to the question I asked at the above links. Essentially, I understand that a single person can sneak across and get products and services for a lower price by avoiding some taxes. But what about large companies which have to move goods across countries in the EU constantly? Some taxes have also to be passed on to consumers while providing services, so how would these be determined for companies who have their headquarters in one EU country (and file taxes there as per the corporate rate of that country) and work across countries in the Schengen Area?

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