Links Jun 9

Gender and tax justice Open Democracy
An article from the Tax Justice Focus: the Gender Edition

New Oxfam report: ‘Africa: Rising for the few’ Global Alliance for Tax Justice

U.S. Tax Informant Dodged Prison, Now Seeks $22 Million Reward Bloomberg

BVI gives UK non-doms four more months to opt out of automatic reporting STEP

Canada still losing big to tax havens: Watchdog Embassy

The BEPS Monitoring Group: Submission on Transfer Pricing Treatment of Cost Contribution Arrangements

Tax proposals for multinationals will have ‘massive impact’ The Irish Times
See also earlier blog: OECD country-by-country reporting: Strangled at birth

Monsanto Pursues $500 Million U.S. Tax Cut With Syngenta Deal Bloomberg

HSBC’s headquarters dilemma: Higher taxes in London or communist control in Hong Kong Quartz

From Drug Money to FIFA: How Banks Facilitate Illicit Transfers Around the World Vice News

Deutsche Bank Investigating $6 Billion of Possible Money Laundering by Russian Clients Bloomberg


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