Links Nov 10

Global Tax-Evasion Crackdown Sidestepping Poorest Countries Inter Press Service

Australia Says G-20 Committed to Fighting Tax Avoidance The Wall Street Journal (paywall)
See also G20 takes aim at anonymous companies FInancial Times (paywall), and earlier blog Open letter to G20 leaders – something must be done at Brisbane about illicit financial flows

More justice for some –  Aggressive tax planning is retreating, not beaten Business Standard

Leak shows scale of Luxembourg’s sweet tax deals Arab News

Juncker must speak up on Luxembourg and tax – EU should no longer tolerate Grand Duchy’s huge role in tax evasion Financial Times (paywall)

Luxembourg’s Tax Rulings Discussed By New EU Commissioner Tax-News

Malta involved in EU tax avoidance investigations The Times of Malta

Extractives Companies “Not Ready” for Transparency Requirements Inter Press Service

Argentina Government accuses General Electric of over-invoicing imports Buenos Aires Herald
See also: Argentina tax administration AFIP suspends Procter & Gamble on tax fraud Buenos Aires Herald

How GSK used Luxembourg and Ireland to avoid tax on $9.8bn The Irish Times

The Professor’s View: Number’s up for Big Four accountants behind tax avoidance schemes and duff audits of banks This is Money


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