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The Billionaires’ Loophole The New Yorker

EU competition chief warns Apple tax challenge will take a while BDlive

Facebook looks set to pay more UK tax but it might not be as much as you think The Conversation
By TJN senior adviser Prem Sikka. See also Facebook to award staff £280m in bonuses by the end of 2018 to cut tax bill The Independent, and our recent blog Facebook ‘to pay more UK tax’. Let’s not get carried away

Black money: Reserve Bank of India to share FDI-related information with intelligence agencies Economic Times

Kenya: Moi era men face multi-billion shilling asset seizure Business Daily

Nigeria: NGOs demand guarantees over return of Abacha millions swissinfo

New York law enforcement joins call for Congress to end abuse of secret companies following Global Witness investigation

Other side of Panamagate Times of Malta

Forget Panama, try Belgium for a cozy tax deal Malta Today

‘I took a “Kleptocracy tour” around London and discovered the corruption capital’ New Statesman



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