Links Apr 26

LuxLeaks trial to be whistleblower showcase euobserver
See also our earlier blog In the dock: Antoine Deltour, Edouard Perrin – or Luxembourg?

Whistleblowing International Network calls on PricewaterhouseCoopers to withdraw its complaint against LuxLeaks whistleblower Public Concern At Work

CSO voices: Financing for Development April 2016 Global Alliance for TaxJustice

How to get inequality on the global policy agenda Open Democracy

Luxembourg’s maximum security luxury freeport to change hands Luxembourger Wort
See also our blog from 2014: Freeports: now Luxembourg adds to the sleaze

Luxembourg Finance Minister Gramegna Confirms Corporate Tax-News

Kazakhstan refuses to investigate #PanamaPapers links to the president’s family Newsweek

Uruguay / Mexico : Cartel-linked suspects arrested after Panama Papers revelations The Center for Public Integrity

Namibian receptionist unknowing owner of multiple offshore companies ANCIR

Panama Papers unravel DRC mining concession deals ANCIR

Zambia To Pursue Mining Tax Regime Changes Tax-News

Africa’s human capital and the need for capacity building Ghana Business News

Forget the Camerons, the African giveaway is the real Panama Papers story The Guardian

Switzerland officially joins ‘alternative World Bank’ swissinfo



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