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India has Less Than 1% Info on Black Money, Lots More I Can Offer, Whistle-blower Herve Falciani to NDTV

Nigerian Governor Akpabio Named In Shady Possession Of St-Kitts And Nevis Passport Sahara Reporters
Several high profile African figures are “economic citizens” of tax havens

Africa’s Missing Trillions: A lone Effort At Stemming Capital Flight Ventures

UK: How the HMRC helped tax avoiders stay ahead of the law – by shifting cash for Switzerland to Liechtenstein The Independent

The Law Firm That Works with Oligarchs, Money Launderers, and Dictators Vice

Europe to fast-track action against ‘sweetheart’ deals ICIJ

Workable global corporate tax solution is vital to modern business The Irish Times
“Tax risk is now a reputational risk for companies”: chairman of the Revenue Commissioners, Ireland

Tax law changes now make Cyprus the lowest European IP Box jurisdiction Globes

How do Apple, Google and Amazon avoid UK tax? – video The Guardian

Slovenia: Incumbent and Former Finance Minister Under Fire over Lux Investments sta

‘Unpatriotic Loophole’ Targeted by Obama Costs Taxpayers $2 Billion Bloomberg

U.S.: Tax Extenders Package Would Renew Two Wasteful Tax Haven Loopholes The FACT Coalition


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