Links Feb 10

Breakthrough for LuxLeaks investigation: EU commission releases secret documents Sven Giegold
See also: Juncker Commission announces release of previously undisclosed tax documents Fabio de Masi (in German)

EU may impose full tax transparency on US firms EU Observer

SwissLeaks Scandal one year on: political response to tax dodging is sluggish, says Oxfam
See also: SwissLeaks: Why Corporate Tax Scandals Won’t Go Away Oxfam

Boosting Revenue Collection through Taxing High Net Worth Individuals: The Case of Uganda ICTD

Tanzania: Total War Declared Against Tax Evasion allAfrica / Tanzania Daily News
See also: Tanzania: Mining Tax Exemptions Reduced to Nine Percent allAfrica / Tanzania Daily News

Australia: Tax chief promises legal action to crack down on multinational tax avoidance The Guardian

HSBC sued over Mexico drug cartel murders Financial Times

Italian football stars targeted in tax evasion scam The Local

Special investigation: Why it’s not just planes that vanish in Bermuda Common Space

UK: Rules preventing tax-avoiding companies from securing National Health Service contracts have been scrapped The Independent

What I learned about HMRC when I posed as a tax avoider The Guardian

French politician’s wife ‘stashed cash in Isle of Man’ IOM Today



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