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Ikea to face back tax payment order from EU

Ikea to face back tax payment order from EU
Ikea could be forced to pay millions of euros in back taxes by the end of the year as the European Union competition watchdog cracks down on unfair deals for multinational companies.  The European Commission is preparing to complete its probe into Inter ...

Estonia As The Example How To Fight Corruption

Estonia As The Example How To Fight Corruption
Estonia manages to control corruption better than any other emerging country in Europe, according to new research from the World Bank.The Worldwide Governance Indicator (WGI), the World Bank’s body which reports aggregate and individual governance ...

Netflix given €57,000 tax rebate by UK government in 2018

Netflix given €57,000 tax rebate by UK government in 2018
Company received figure despite making an estimated £700m from British subscribers.Netflix received a €57,000 (£51,000) tax rebate from the UK government last year, despite making an estimated £700m from British subscribers bingeing on fare from The Crown...

Boekhoorn and Partners Accused of Money Laundering

Boekhoorn and Partners Accused of Money Laundering
Italian prosecutors said on Friday they have accused Dutch billionaire Marcel Boekhoorn of using money made through a business partner's criminal activities to finance his private equity fund’s acquisition of an Italian gaming software.Probing mafia ties ...

Revealed: global video games giants avoiding millions in UK tax

Revealed: global video games giants avoiding millions in UK tax
Four large companies – including Sony and Sega – have claimed close to half of all relief from a culture-focused tax policy.UK tax policy intended to boost the domestic video games industry has been used by some of the world’s largest entertainment companies ...

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