Links Oct 19

Analysis: Can we beat tax avoiding multinationals? – Finance Uncovered/ Byline

How to lose $4billion Global Witness
New report, coming ahead of a pivotal meeting of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI). “Credibility test for global transparency standard as $4bn lost to anonymous oil and mining companies.” 

Mauritius eyes Africa as pressure mounts on offshore business Reuters

New Delaware Freeport Offers New York Collectors an Art Tax Haven Close to Home artnet
For more on freeports, see our earlier blog Freeports: now Luxembourg adds to the sleaze

Can Stopping ‘Tax Dodging’ by Multinational Enterprises Close the Gap in Development Finance? Center for Global Development

Threats revealed to Cayman’s Anti-Money Laundering regime Cayman News Service

The hidden truth of banks enabling corruption and the devastating human cost righting finance

Ireland is now a ‘pariah state’ over tax, says Corbyn insider Irish Independent

Taxman slithers for Italian star The IrishTimes
Via @JesseDrucker: “Did Italian TV star use a “Double Irish-Italian-Channel Islands-Monaco-Liberian Sandwich” tax dodge?”

What Could Raising Taxes on the 1% Do? Surprising Amounts The New York Times



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