Links Dec 13

Illicit Financial Flows Undermining Gender Justice Friedrich Ebert Stiftung
Paper by Veronica Grondona, Nicole Bidegain Ponte and Corina Rodriguez

Luxleaks trial: The “vital combat” of whistleblowers Luxemburger Wort

OECD’s BEPs measures seriously flawed economia
See also our earlier blog – For rich countries only: A global map of multinationals’ tax avoidance, on our report Country-by-Country reporting: How Restricted Access Exacerbates Global Inequalities in Taxing Rights

Corporate Welfare Won’t Create Jobs The New York Times
‘The corporate clamour for tax cuts has nothing to do with job creation.’

Wounded Economy as Global Companies Keep Siphoning Billions out of Country Uganda Via Treaties The Investigator

Four EU countries among world’s worst corporate tax havens, new report reveals Oxfam International

Bermuda is world’s worst corporate tax haven, says Oxfam The Guardian

End race to bottom on tax cuts: Oxfam SBS
Read on the Race to the Bottom here.

124M children could be educated with the tax money evaded by multinationals Daily Sabah

Former French Tax Czar Imprisoned for Hidden Offshore Millions OCCRP

It’s just no fun being a Swiss banker anymore The Wall Street Journal

McDonald’s to move tax base from Luxembourg to UK The Irish Times
See also: McDonalds has jumped into the tax wars – and the UK is a willing accomplice Left Foot Forward by TJN Senior Adviser Prem Sikka, and comment from TJN chief executive Alex Cobham on BBC Business Live.

Tax avoidance: the damage done The New Internationalist

How closing tax loopholes could pay for a green economy Behind the Numbers

How Donald Trump’s Web of LLCs Obscures His Business Interests The Wall Street Journal

Panama hires public relations firm Bellwether Strategies for post-Panama Papers work PR Week

UK’s HMRC chief calls for tax crackdown on Premier League footballers The Guardian


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