Links Sep 15

EU must force more transparency from companies in Africa – Piketty Reuters

Event: Gabriel Zucman presents “Hidden Wealth of Nations: The Scourge of Tax Havens” Washington Center for Equitable Growth

Taxing Africa’s richest and poorest Ventures Africa

Swiss firms avoiding tax on gold, says NGO The Independent

Whistleblower Martin Woods tells his story International Anti-Corruption Conference
‘When ex-policeman turned bank anti-money laundering officer Martin Woods found out his workplace, one of the biggest banks in the United States, was helping Mexican druglords to launder billions of US dollars, his employers expected him to “shut up”.’

Tax trouble brews for Starbucks, Apple as Europe takes aim at taxes CNBC

U.S.: More Than Half of Jeb Bush’s Tax Cuts Would Go To the Top 1% Citizens for Tax Justice
Have we heard this somewhere before?

Cairn Energy set to go to ICJ against India in tax case The Financial Express

The Joy of Tax Tax Research UK
On the book by Richard Murphy being published 1 October 2015

Why Panama Remains a Money Laundering Haven InSight Crime
Hat tip: Offshore Watch

Interview with Harold Crooks, director of the Film The Price We Pay The Skinny

Fresh arrests likely in Fifa corruption scandal, says US attorney general The Guardian

U.S. PIRG letter in the New York Times on Corporate Accountability



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