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See also: Australians confess to stashing $1b in assets offshore The Sydney Morning Herald

The transfer pricing conflict is about profit shifting Daily Maverick

Swiss banks trying to distance themselves from Indian clients Economic Times
See also: Act quickly on black money stash Deccan Chronicle  “Switzerland is by no means the only tax haven in which Indians have salted away money…”

Swiss Banks Ask U.S. to Amend Proposed Tax Amnesty Deals Bloomberg

Key witness testifies in UBS tax evasion trial swissinfo

Heirs Sue Swiss Bank Over Sale of Nazi-Looted Art The New York Times

Liechtenstein joining hunt for Islamic wealth Chicago Tribune / Bloomberg

Shell Firms Face Disclosure as EU Targets Terrorism, Tax Dodging Bloomberg Businessweek

5 cases of U.S. shell companies aiding criminal conduct Wall Street Journal

Capital flight Latinamerica Press

Nigeria: Tax Issue High On Global Agenda, Says PWC allAfrica

Finally: Spain’s leaders face up to corruption fury The Local
Scandal involves tax havens including Channel Islands, Dutch Antilles and Luxembourg

Rich countries chastised for lack of anti-bribery efforts ICIJ

UK: Have new government tax rules made any difference at all? Channel 4 News

Facebook’s UK tax: We are the 0%! RT

IRS Whistleblowers: Agency Executives Behind Multibillion-Dollar Corporate Tax Giveaways Truth-Out


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