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The Creation of International Financial Centres in Africa: The Case of Kenya Anti-Corruption Resource Centre

Elderly Lobbyist Always Droning On About How Little Legislation Cost In His Day The Onion

A Made-in-America Offshore Tax Haven Newsweek

Developing Countries Losing Billions To Corporate Tax Avoidance Bernama

The Life and Times of John Fredriksen – Putin’s “Bagman” in London: “His Own Creditor” – John Fredriksen Sets The Global Standard in Tax Avoidance. Part 2
See also: What the company registry in Cyprus tax haven actually looks like

Six Corporate Executives and Six Corporate Entities Indicted for Orchestrating a $500 Million Offshore Asset Protection, Securities Fraud, and Money Laundering Scheme FBI Press Release
See also: Belize Firm Charged in $500 Million Tax-Evasion Scheme Bloomberg Businessweek

Revered Catalan Leader Tarnished by Tax Investigation The Wall Street Journal

Financial literacy is shockingly low and the academy must do more The Conversation


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