Links Jun 14

Experts rule out ‘end’ of fiscal secrecy Buenos Aires Herald

Indonesia: Measuring Tax Amnesty Kompas
See also recent blog Indonesia’s corrupt tax amnesty – how many will follow?

The Panama Papers – Zimbabwe Must Not Waste This Opportunity allAfrica / New Zimbabwe

Why Microsoft, With $100 Billion, Wants a Loan for LinkedIn Bloomberg
“helps tech giant avoid 35% tax to repatriate cash”

Russian billionaire’s Namibian land purchases linked to offshore company ANCIR

Senior Russian Olympics official opened offshore account before doping inquiry The Guardian

Exchange of information critical to addressing tax issues – Ghana Revenue Authority Ghana Business News

How a 143-Year-Old Swiss Bank Took a Quick Road to Ruin in Asia Bloomberg

Can Singapore stay clean when banks play dirty for wealthy clients? Channel News Asia

Swiss Banks’ New Trouble Spots

Brussels serves up McDonald’s secret ex­changes with Grand Duchy The Financial Times

EU aims to rule on Amazon’s Luxembourg tax deal by July Reuters

Seven Ex-Deutsche Bank Managers Guilty in CO2 Tax-Fraud Case Bloomberg

Serious UK tax evasion cases up 8% in a year International Adviser

Firms that left U.S. To dodge taxes still enjoy government perks The Wall Street Journal (paywall)

Barcelona pays €5.5m euro fine over Neymar transfer tax case BBC News



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