Links Mar 23

How Much International Tax Evasion is There? naked capitalism

$181 billion Indian black money in tax havens? The Times of India

Head of joint OECD/UNDP Tax Inspectors Without Borders initiative appointed – James Karanja, of the Kenya Revenue Authority OECD
For background, read our August 2014 blog on Tax Inspectors Without Borders.

Equity Bank surrenders staff to Kenya Revenue Authority over fraud Standard Media
Investigation into “a tax evasion ring believed to run into billions of shillings”

Zimbabwe: Government slept on duty in $15bn diamond revenue theft: CSOs NewsDay

Netherlands requests Dutch citizens’ Swiss bank data swissinfo

Switzerland to Return $70 Million From Banks as Part of Petrobras Probes The Wall Street Journal

PwC accused of conflict of interest economia
Hat tip: @premnsikka 

FACT Coalition Welcomes Anti-Tax Dodging Proposal; Urges Treasury to Strengthen, Clarify Rule
See also our earlier blog The inexorable approach of public country-by-country reporting

Forty millionaires ask New York to raise taxes on wealthy in ‘1% plan for fairness’ The Guardian

U.S.: How ‘ghost corporations’ are funding the 2016 election The Washington Post

 

 


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