Links Aug 3

LuxLeaks is not over – Luxembourg Prosecutor appeals against LuxLeaks outcome Luxemburger Wort
See our blog The #LuxLeaks whistleblowers verdict: our statement   

On debt and taxation, rich and poor countries are worlds apart The Guardian

Mapping global business opinions on human rights openDemocracy
See here for resources on tax and human rights 

Are we entering the era of responsible tax? The Crowd

The Start Of The End Of Tax Havens? Outlook India
“Anyone who acquires an anonymous shell company should know that, in this digital age, secrecy is an illusion”

1MDB: The inside story of the world’s biggest financial scandal The Guardian

Dirty Money Laundered to Reinvest in Moldovan Banks OCCRP

China’s New Tax Form Zeroes in on Low-Tax Jurisdictions Bloomberg BNA

An Auction House Learns the Art of Shadow Banking Bloomberg

Facebook could face extra $5bn tax bill after US investigation The Guardian

Apple Profit Reporting in Ireland a “Fraud” says Nobel Economist Stiglitz Opptrends

Richard Smith: How Scotland’s tax haven limited partnerships could be reformed Herald Scotland

Israeli Bank Secrets Smuggled in Necklace to Help U.S. Tax Cheat Bloomberg

Corporation tax cut to cost Northern Ireland £500m Belfast Telegraph

Lord Ashcroft’s Belize bank hit by wave of withdrawals The Guardian

 

 


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