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Luxleaks whistle-blower Deltour wins broad support in European Parliament European Parliament News

Luxleaks committee to be extended until October eurActiv

Development MEPs call for action to target tax evasion in developing countries European Parliament News

Public shaming could help EU to pass tax laws euObserver

Tax dodging by big firms ‘robs poor countries of billions of dollars a year’ The Guardian
“Profit-shifting and tax abuse by multinational corporations deprives developing countries of resources needed to combat poverty, says report by NGOs”

FIFA: The Bribery Case with No Bribery Charge casetext
See also: Let’s get real – Blatter’s departure won’t fix FIFA The Offshore Game

New UK government pushing old ‘competitive’ tax policies Fools’ Gold – rethinking competition

End Companies’ Tax-Haven Shell Games, Panel Says Wall Street Journal
See also earlier blog International commission calls for corporate tax reform

Clarín, ‘vultures’ tax haven link Buenos Aires Herald

Australia: Pharmaceutical companies called on to explain tiny tax contribution The Sydney Morning Herald


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