Links Nov 25

China’s offshore empires go from help to headache Reuters
“When is a Chinese company not Chinese? When it’s a complex web of offshore vehicles rooted in anonymous tax havens.”

Secret hoards in tax havens Kashmir Times
“Goal of limiting tax havens by G20 leaders s unlikely to shed light on black money from India and trust funds invested in India through FDI routes”

India: Finance Minister Jaitley’s Biggest Impediment is His Own Tax Department NDTV

Health Spending, Illicit Financial Flows and Tax Incentives in Malawi Curtis Research

Juncker on defensive in censure motion over Luxembourg tax schemes The Guardian

Christian Aid criticises Jersey Finance itv
But Jersey disagrees. See also: “We are not a tax haven.” They all say that

Credit Suisse Sentenced for Conspiracy to Help U.S. Taxpayers Hide Offshore Accounts from Internal Revenue Service The U.S. Department of Justice

Former Executive Director of Virgin Islands Legislature Convicted of Bribery and Extortion FBI

Tackling the issue of tax avoidance and fairness Prince Albert Daily Herald

Ireland’s Achilles’ heel is tax loopholes European CEO

Tax Haven Loss to Russia Tops $800Bln Over 20 Years Sputnik International

Analysts support increased transparency to fight tax havens EurActiv

 


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