Almost all Spanish multinationals use tax havens – Report

Via The Guardian:

“Almost all of the 35 companies listed on the Spanish stock exchange use tax havens, according to a report from Observatorio RSC, an organisation that monitors corporate social responsibility. The figures, based on company reports for 2012, show a 31.9% increase in the use of tax havens compared with 2010, with 33 firms (94%) using them.”

Read more here (in Spanish).


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