Links Sep 23

Finance ministers call for minimum EU tax rate Politico

Australia: Tax office did not go to police over fears wealthy would be kidnapped – inquiry The Guardian
See also: Do you want Australia’s megarich to be kidnapped? Do you? Then let them hide their tax First Dog on the Moon via The Guardian, and our blog On the non-perils of information exchange

Last-minute US announcement extends FATCA IGA reporting deadline STEP

Kenya: Dodgy Multinationals Denying Kenya Billions of Shillings in Revenue AllAfrica / Daily Nation

Complicit in Corruption: How German Companies Bribed Their Way to Greek Deals Spiegel
“How, exactly, is a shell corporation in the Caribbean supposed to provide services in Athens? When these agreements — which were classified as top secret due to their “political nature” — became public, officials in Munich launched an investigation. But they have made no headway because the Virgin Islands refuse to cooperate.”

Money Mountain: Swiss Banks ‘Plundering German Treasury’ Spiegel

Coca-Cola hit with $3.3bn bill for back taxes The Telegraph

Ireland: State to move on multinationals’ disclosure of tax data The Irish Times

The Joy of Tax in the Guardian Tax Research UK



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