Swiss secrecy allies falling by the wayside

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Automatic information exchange MeinzerSwissinfo is running a  long article today which begins like this:

“The decision by Luxembourg and Austria to automatically exchange tax data with other European Union countries has isolated Switzerland in the global crusade against banking secrecy, a Tax Justice Network (TJN) expert tells swissinfo.ch.”

It contains much that will be new, even to readers of this blog, on the subject of automatic information exchange, tax evasion, global tax haven policy, and much more.

Now read on.


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