Links Jul 28

How tax havens are surviving Economia
Cites TJN’s Markus Meinzer

How shedding light on company ownership will help beat financial crime The Guardian

Moving Toward Exposing Corporate Secrecy in World Bank Contracting Global Witness

Puerto Rico debt crisis: austerity for residents, but tax breaks for hedge funds The Guardian

Mining in Peru: millions of dollars in tax evasion Global Alliance for Tax Justice (In Spanish)

India urged to step up efforts against ‘black money’ Reuters

Third FfD Conference Fails to Finance Development Global Alliance for Tax Justice
See also: If You’re Not at the Table, You’re on the Menu NDTV, Developing Nations Push Corporations to Pay Their Fair Share Center for Effective Government, and recent blog Global tax body: “After 3 days of bullying, developing countries were run over”

Obama Offers Help to Track Billions in Stolen Nigerian Assets Inter Press Service

UK: Ebay and Paypal users face ‘huge’ tax crackdown The Telegraph
See also: Tax crackdown to target businesses on Airbnb and App Store Wired

The future is transparent Globes

Citigroup’s Mexico Unit Faces Widening U.S. Money-Laundering Probe Bloomberg

 


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